Coronavirus crisis threatens internet opportunity for Native Americans

Coronavirus crisis threatens internet opportunity for Native Americans

The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted an opportunity for Native American communities to address a lack of critical internet access. The crisis has caused the communities miss a deadline to obtain free broadband licenses from the government. The cutoff for tribes to apply for licenses from the FCC expires on Aug 3. Only about 15% of eligible tribes have applied.

Timothy
Timothy
Miles
Miles 1 weeks

While I'm all for freedom, and understand their situation complicates things, should we be paying for people that refused to integrate into the culrure they were conquered by, to have internet access? Especially if they don't contribute to society?

Akira
Akira Yesterday

Native American Indians 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣 good on' they're just identity thieves. Lo"k up "Am"rican" in 1828 websters dictionary. They have stolen our identity for so long even they believe that they are Native Americans. 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 Lies build on lies Walter Plecker made our ancestors give up being Indians with the threat of death. We became labels mulatto, colored, Afro-American, black African Americans. Funny part alot of th" so ca"led "blacks" think they came from Africa 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 best joke ever. 5% proven came from Africa back then. Research and genealogy is the key to the truth.

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