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Traditional Navajo culture teaches us that the fingers on our hands represent the different family members we have; mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, and self. Through that concept, I wanted to communicate that their lives are in our hands and the easiest thing we can do to care for them is to wash our hands for 20 seconds. The yellow and red bows on the side are design elements familiar to the Navajo culture.

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