In this week’s edition of #CheckOnYourNeighbor, Editor of the Daily Yonder, Tim Marema, checks on his friend Sarah Jane Nixon,
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We are excited to bring you another special edition of Check On Your Neighbor, a project of the Rural Assembly that
Across the country, rural and Native young people are serving on the front lines of this pandemic as essential workers
Following our two Livestream Conversations on Rural Broadband in the Time of COVID-19 (Part 1 and Part 2), the Rural
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the premiere of our conversation with rural journalists, an event co-hosted by the Rural Assembly and Daily Yonder. The recording and transcript are available below and can also be found at the Daily Yonder Youtube page.
Loris Taylor, Native Public Media: “We’re wired to be connected to other human beings, to our environment, to the world”
In 2016, when Native Public Media launched its emergency communications preparedness training for broadcasters serving Indian Country, President CEO Loris
Jacqueline Dandeneau has spent her life in rural communities, from Canada to California, and she’s found that living rurally forces you to “deal with your stuff.”
https://youtu.be/ROn-p17FD8c The Rural Assembly and the Daily Yonder, both programs of the Center for Rural Strategies, are pleased to present
We are excited to bring you this special edition of Check On Your Neighbor, a project of the Rural Assembly
The Rural Assembly is a program of