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The panel wraps up their discussion by answering the question of what has surprised them when working with rural communities new to the Internet.
Dee Davis of the Center for Rural Strategies talks about how broadband in rural communities can make a difference in healthcare.
We bring two stories of technology fails that you probably would only guess if you were on the unconnected side of the Digital Divide.

This student film compares dropping out of school to becoming like a zombie, due to the impact that it will have on a person's future.

A chorus of Ponca tribe voices come together in this intergenerational plea for the role of a good education in preserving cultural heritage.

A group of kids celebrate their father, whose commitment to their education propels them toward graduation.

Makala is a Native American student athlete who must balance her time between sports and school.

A young Ponca boy is at odds with his father over the importance of staying in school to complete his education, or joining the work force.

Native American Actor Zahn McClarnon (Standing Rock Sioux) shares his stories on why graduating high school is very important.

Film Writer and Director, Tim Ramos (California Pomo) shares his stories on why graduating high school is very important.

Aboriginal Fashion Designer, Sho Sho Esquiro (Kaska Dene/ Cree) shares her stories on why graduating high school is very important.

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Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barrel politics, and undis