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Native America Calling: The continuing legacy of Native newspapers
Your National Electronic Talking Circle
Tuesday, May 3, 2022

The continuing legacy of Native newspapers
Since the Cherokee Phoenix first started in 1828, Native newspapers have filled a vital role in informing the public and giving a critical Native perspective on issues.

Broadcast news, online outlets, and social media have all cut into the reach of printed newspapers. But newspapers still hold a vital connection for many Native people wanting to stay informed.

Native America Calling will talk with Native editors about the importance of news on the printed page.

Guests on Native America Calling
Tyler Thomas (Cherokee), executive editor for Cherokee Phoenix

Duane Beyal (Diné), editor for Navajo Times

Lori Ann Edmo (Shoshone-Bannock), editor for Sho-Ban News

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