The Boston Globe: Native Nations’ Initiative to Build Independent Broadband Networks

Posted in News
01/19/2024 Rullex

The Boston Globe discusses the efforts of Native Nations in addressing internet scarcity by building their own broadband networks. This article explores how these communities, often located in remote or underserved areas, are taking proactive steps to improve their digital connectivity. It highlights the challenges faced by Native Nations in accessing reliable internet services and the innovative solutions they are implementing to bridge this digital divide. The piece also examines the broader implications of these initiatives for community development, education, and economic growth. For a detailed look at these grassroots efforts in enhancing digital infrastructure, the full article can be accessed here.

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