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in Protecting Public Airwaves

Last week, new legislation was introduced to require the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to extend the Rural Tribal Priority Window for 2.5 GHz spectrum by at least 180 days. This new bipartisan, bicameral legislation is called the Extending Tribal Broadband Priority Act of 2020. The bill would require the FCC to open a window no

in Making Grants

Voqal is excited to announce grants to nine organizations working in Minnesota to create a more racially and socially equitable community. The grants to Awood Center, Black Visions Collective, Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha, Comunidades Organizando el Poder y la Accion Latina, Minnesota Healing Justice Network, Minnesota Holistic Black-led Movement Fund, Nexus Community

in Making Grants

In the latest grantmaking spotlight, Mary Coleman and Annie Stoneburner celebrate the life and work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by highlighting Voqal grantees that exemplify the values that she exhibited during her time on the Supreme Court.  The nation recently mourned the passing of a giant, an innovator, and a leader. Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG)

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A recent bill introduced by members of Congress would extend the window that allows Rural Tribal Nations to apply for 2.5 GHz spectrum. A resource that is key to addressing the digital divide in many rural areas. Learn more on the #makingairwaves blog.
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