Nihitaa Binaanish volunteers made individual hand sanitizer containers for community distribution from quart and gallon portions donated by Operation Bandana White Rock Presbyterian Church.
These days, people coming to House of Fellowship to pick up food are also asking for cleaning supplies too. Usually the sanitizers and cleaning products are not available or too expensive because of price gouging by merchants in Gallup. Between predetory loans and disrespect, this border town is known for its indifference to the welfare of Native People and only the aquisition of the millions of dollars Navajos and Zunis add to the local economy. This pandemic has shed a light on the inequities and racism endured by the Diné.