August 2011 Meeting of the FCC Consumer Affairs Committee (Recent NAMAC Blog post)

Published at NAMAC As a recently appointed Tribal representative on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Consumer Affairs Committee (CAC), I was pleased to attend the committee’s first meeting in Washington on August 17, 2011. As the only Native American on the committee, I will represent rural and underserved Native American populations for the next two […]

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Native American Voices: A Reader Released: Chickasaw Scholar is Editor and Writer

Native American Voices: A Reader, 3rd Edition, published by Pearson-Prentice Hall, is now available through the publisher and on Amazon.  Traci L Morris, a Chickasaw scholar and educator, is one of three editors on this edition, including Susan Lobo and Steve Talbot. Morris is also an author of numerous entries in the reader. This 3rd […]

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Arizona Native Assets Coalition Community Needs Survey

The Arizona Native Assets Coalition (ANAC) is a new organization currently conducting a community needs assessment with the ANAC Financial Fitness and Tribal Economy Survey.  ANAC encourages the following people to complete the survey, including Tribal leaders and Tribal Program Directors working in community development, financial planning, health and human services, tribal housing, and other […]

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Tribal Priority in Radio Station Licensing at the FCC

For Immediate Release Contacts: Traci Morris, Native Public Media (520) 891-1851 Adam McMullin, National Congress of American Indians (202) 466-7767 HISTORIC “TRIBAL PRIORITY” INITIATIVE IN licensing of new radio stations PLANNED BY THE FCC Actions Supported by Tribal governments, Native Public Media and National Congress of American Indians (Washington, DC; Flagstaff, AZ) – In an […]

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Meeting Indian Country’s Communications Needs Native Public Media and Colorado Law School Address Spectrum Issues in Indian Country

For Immediate Release Contacts: Loris Taylor (928) 853-2430 Brad Bernthal (303) 492-0610 Native Public Media and the University of Colorado School of Law’s Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law & Policy Clinic propose changes in federal spectrum policy to address the needs of Native Americans in a new Paper entitled Spectrum Access in Indian Country. “Spectrum, like land […]

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July Newsletter for Homahota Consulting

Check out the July Newsletter for Homahota Consulting Here

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Now What?

I have been working on the textbook Native American Voices for almost two years and now it is done. What a sense of relief, but now what??? Well, I have started a new consulting business Homahota Consulting. I am very excited about this adventure and have had great response locally.  I start with my first […]

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