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Covid-19 Vaccine Resources for Rural Communities

Looking for ways to encourage Covid-19 vaccinations in your community?

The Rural Assembly has partnered with other organizations to produce and share a collection of resources that address vaccine hesitancy, share facts, and help more rural Americans to become vaccinated for Covid-19.

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Tweets from our Neighbors

Rural Coverage of COVID-19 from the Daily Yonder

  • The Cherokee Nation Signs a Historic Transportation Compact with the Federal Government

    The Cherokee Nation and an official with the U.S. Department of Transportation recently signed a first-of-its-kind agreement between the Tribal Nation and a federal agency that gives the Nation the ability to plan and oversee its own road construction planning and transit projects without having to seek federal permission and oversight. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief The post The Cherokee Nation Signs a Historic Transportation Compact with the Federal Government appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Commentary: Blue America, Red America Is Not Always What You Think

    This story was originally published by Minnesota Reformer. Election day 2020 in Long Prairie, the county seat of Todd County in rural central Minnesota, was a beautiful sunny late autumn day. I’d already voted by absentee ballot, but I was scheduled to pick up my friend Francisco and drive him to the polls. He’d tried The post Commentary: Blue America, Red America Is Not Always What You Think appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Advising Makes a Difference for Students in Rural Colorado

    Editor’s Note: A version of this story first appeared in Mile Markers, a twice monthly newsletter from Open Campus about the role of colleges in rural America. You can join the mailing list at the bottom of this article to receive future editions in your inbox. So often we focus on what doesn’t work for rural students, and how those The post Advising Makes a Difference for Students in Rural Colorado appeared first on The Daily Yonder.