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Navajo is a member of the Athabaskan branch of the Na-Dené language family and is spoken by about 120,000 people in Arizona and New Mexico. It is closely related to the Apache languages, but completely unrelated to other Native American languages.
Navajo is not regularly taught at IU. Online or Hybrid Navajo courses were available in IU Language Workshop 2023. For more information, you can contact the American Indian Studies Research Institute. You can also find more information at Omniglot about Navajo