Preserving Native Culture Using the Internet

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Preserving Native Culture Using the Internet

A person in the audience at "Popping Your Bubble: Stories of the Digital Divide" wanted to know, beyond language, what people were doing online to preserve their culture. Chickasaw techie Allison Aldridge-Saur & Dean Davis, Technology Coordinator at the College of Menominee Nation Community Technology Center share some of the things they've seen tribes do. What is your tribe doing to preserve its culture using the Internet?

 
 

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