Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Monica Nuvamsa, member of the Hopi Nation and General Manager of the largest Native public radio station in Arizona was elected to join the prestigious board of directors of Native Public Media. Nuvamsa in her acceptance said, “It is an honor to serve on the Native Public Media Board. This is an opportunity for me to represent the voices of the Native radio system in a landscape that is changing both in terms of technological changes and in the way we consume information. There are still many tribal communities with limited access to internet and broadband that radio represents the basis for building capacity in this area. The more access we can provide to information for our people, the stronger our communities will become.”
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@JamilSmith The distorted #media depiction of African American men & boys has real life consequences, again. #mediadiversity #Tremaine