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National Native News Reporting Fellowship

In a press release this week, Koahnic Broadcast Corporation (KBC) announced the four radio reporters they chose from across the country to spotlight tribes and key issues facing tribal and native communities during the through the 2014 election season. I am very excited to be one of those reporters. Some of the stories I’m working on have also aired on KUAC in Fairbanks, as well as stations within the Alaska Public Radio Network and on National Public Radio.

Take a minute to check out some of the issues Alaska Native voters are facing by clinking the links below.

October 14, 2014: ‘Native organizations work on Get out the Native Vote efforts in Alaska’

               a version of this story was also heard here:

October 9, 2014: ‘Voters attend candidate forum in Alaska to hear about key issues’

               a version of this story was this story was also heard in Fairbanks here:

October 7, 2014: ‘Alaska Native language translators work on voting materials’

               a feature version of this story aired on NPR: