Radmilla A. Cody is a Navajo model, award-winning singer, and anti-domestic violence activist who was the 46th Miss Navajo from 1997 to 1998. She won the 2002 Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist for her album Seed of Life, and has since released three albums--Spirit of a Woman, Precious Friends, and Songs for the People. She is a survivor of domestic violence and frequently speaks out against it.

Radmilla A. Cody is a Navajo model, award-winning singer, and anti-domestic violence activist who was the 46th Miss Navajo from 1997 to 1998. She won the 2002 Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist for her album Seed of Life, and has since released three albums--Spirit of a Woman, Precious Friends, and Songs for the People. She is a survivor of domestic violence and frequently speaks out against it.

Radmilla Cody Black & Navajo Indian. Miss Navajo, 1997. Singer & Domestic Violence Advocate. #IndigenousPeoplesDay

Radmilla Cody Black & Navajo Indian. Miss Navajo, 1997. Singer & Domestic Violence Advocate. #IndigenousPeoplesDay

Wes Studi Wes Studi is a full-blooded Cherokee who spoke only Cherokee until he went to school. After serving in Vietnam, he returned to Oklahoma where he worked as a reporter for The Cherokee Advocate. He became involved with the American Indian Movement and was at Wounded Knee in 1973. His interest in acting was spurred by his involvement with the American Indian Theatre Company in Tulsa. Studi then moved to Los Angeles and got small parts in television and movies.➳ʈɦuɲɖҽɽwσℓʄ➳

Wes Studi Wes Studi is a full-blooded Cherokee who spoke only Cherokee until he went to school. After serving in Vietnam, he returned to Oklahoma where he worked as a reporter for The Cherokee Advocate. He became involved with the American Indian Movement and was at Wounded Knee in 1973. His interest in acting was spurred by his involvement with the American Indian Theatre Company in Tulsa. Studi then moved to Los Angeles and got small parts in television and movies.➳ʈɦuɲɖҽɽwσℓʄ➳

Miss Navajo Nation 1997-1998, Radmilla Cody "Millie" I am of the Red Bottom People clan. Born for the African Americans. My maternal grandfathers clan is the Mexican clan. My paternal is the African Americans. I am 46th Miss Navajo Nation. I am 21 years old and I grew up in Grand Falls which is about 15 miles East of Leupp. I was a 1993 graduate of Coconino High School in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Miss Navajo Nation 1997-1998, Radmilla Cody "Millie" I am of the Red Bottom People clan. Born for the African Americans. My maternal grandfathers clan is the Mexican clan. My paternal is the African Americans. I am 46th Miss Navajo Nation. I am 21 years old and I grew up in Grand Falls which is about 15 miles East of Leupp. I was a 1993 graduate of Coconino High School in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Radmilla Cody (Navajo/African American) was the first biracial Miss Navajo crowned in 1998.

Radmilla Cody (Navajo/African American) was the first biracial Miss Navajo crowned in 1998.

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