There are 60 stations licensed to tribes or tribal entities in the United States. They stand to lose a lot if Trump cuts federal funding.
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California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) celebrates American Indian Heritage Month in November. This month-long series of events is designed to showcase the culture, heritage, history and contributions of American Indians through different mediums and perspectives. http://news.csusm.edu/november-is-american-indian-heritage-month-at-csusm
Traci Morris, a nationally recognized tribal communications leader and expert, has been named director of the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI) at Arizona State University. Read article at: https://asunews.asu.edu/
FCC Tribal Broadband, Telecom, and Broadcast Training and Consultation Workshop to be held on July 22-24, 2014 at the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s Casino Resort and Hotel in Worley, Idaho Hosted by the Office of Native Affairs and Policy, CGB, FCC, and held in coordination with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe and the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest
Did you know, that Native American populations are among the least connected in the world? When your community is so remote that you don’t have paved roads; when you don’t have access to plain old telephone service in your home; when you don’t have access to broadband in your community; and when only 1 in
Washington, DC – U.S. Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii passed away today, Monday December 17, 2012, at the age of 88, with his wife and son by his side at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, DC. A World War II combat veteran, Inouye served the second-longest term of any U.S. senator
New America Foundation Launches Open Technology Institute Access and Liberty Crucial to Future of the Internet, our New Public Square Washington D.C. – The New America Foundation today announced the launch of its Open Technology Institute [OTI], whose mission is to convene the nation’s best thinking about Internet freedom and open technology. Building on New
The first of its kind in the state, the California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center (CICSC) at Cal State San Marcos focuses on serving the unique needs of Native American students, conducting original research and preserving the cultural heritage and languages of Tribal communities.
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Like many college students, Wilhelmina Tsosie must go online to complete her assignments. But unlike the vast majority of Americans, she finds that the biggest challenge in her coursework is merely getting connected. Tsosie is a member of the Navajo Nation, the Native American community whose sprawling reservation has long been