Klee Benally is a Diné from Black Mesa, Arizona, who currently lives in Flagstaff. A self-proclaimed Indigenous anarchist, he has spent the majority of his life on the frontlines of struggles to protect Indigenous sacred lands. In every aspect of his work, Klee fights for a livable and healthy world.

Klee uses several different means to fight for the rights of Indigenous people, as a musician he has performed for over 20 years as a solo artist and with the Native American Music Award winning rock group Blackfire, he directed and edited The Snowball Effect, a documentary that has been screened internationally, and is also an artist, working with both traditional – silversmithing and leather working – and modern – graphic and web design – mediums.
Nov 22, 2016
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