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Native Public Media - Native American Radio Stations The Native Journalism and Digital Storytelling Class of 2012 Our own Matthew Rantanen with Community Broadband Bits discussing Wireless Networks on Reservations in Southern California. The 2013 Native Youth Broadcast Workshop for high school students. Joseph Begay, NPM Network Services and Finance Director provides on-site assistance to Romaine Wood, Station Manager, KCIE Joe Garcia of Okay Owingeh interviewed by Station Manager Richard Davis, KUYI The Native Journalism and Digital Storytelling Class of 2012 Our own Matthew Rantanen with Community Broadband Bits discussing Wireless Networks on Reservations in Southern California.
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Americans for Indian Opportunity :: About AIO Americans for Indian Opportunity advances, from an Indigenous worldview, the cultural, political and economic lives of Indigenous peoples in the United States and around the world. Founded by LaDonna Harris (Comanche) and a cohort of her fellow Native American activists in 1970, AIO draws upon traditional Indigenous philosophies to foster value-based leadership, inspire stakeholder-driven solutions, and convene visionary leaders to probe contemporary issues and address challenges of the new century. Governed by a Board of international Indigenous leaders, AIO seeks to create new avenues for international Indigenous interaction, and explore ways Indigenous peoples can influence globalization.
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