Tribal Resouce Center
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Meet our Liaisons
The TRC has three native women who reach out to tribes to document their broadband needs, provide resources, and connect them with other tribes who are facing similar challenges.
Charitie is an Arctic Youth Ambassador, and researcher on the intersections of plant ecology, permafrost, & cultural resilience. She is a co-founder of lilnativegirlinSTEM, and is Yup’ik from alongside the Yukon Kuskokwim river.
Megan is a member of the Gidutikad Band of Northern Paiute. She has extensive experience in community engagement, including as a board member for the Southwest Missouri Indian Center and as a council member for her tribe.
Taté is a member of the Tongva nation and an enrolled citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. They were raised in San Diego and have been active in the local urban Native community from a young age, participating in both the San Diego American Youth Center and the American Indian Recruitment (AIR).
Tribal Broadband Bootcamps
Throughout the year, the TRC participates in Tribal Broadband Bootcamps
Three to five day experiences that provide an immersive introduction to tribal broadband. If you would like to learn more, please request an invite.
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Native Nations are self-governing peoples and have been long before the founding of the United States. As they have grappled with the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism…
Improving connectivity in Indian Country has taken the sustained advocacy and collective effort. This timeline of tribal broadband was compiled through interviews …
The TRC partnered with Sky Bear Studios to produce 10 videos introducing people to the foundations of tribal broadband in a straightforward and accessible way.