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Indigenous Connectivity Summit 2021
Each year, the Indigenous Connectivity Summit brings together community network managers and operators, Indigenous-owned Internet service providers, community members, researchers, policy makers and Indigenous leaders.
We discuss ways to ensure Alaska Native, American Indian, Inuit, Native Hawaiian, First Nations and Métis communities have affordable, high-quality and sustainable Internet access, and talk about how Internet access supports social and economic development.

The Summit provides practical, hands-on training to help Indigenous communities connect to the Internet and creates opportunities to build relationships and share useful knowledge and experience.

We will also offer two six-week trainings leading up to the Summit on Policy & Advocacy and Community Networks. These trainings allow newcomers to the Indigenous broadband space to become more acquainted with the topics and concepts we will discuss at the Summit. It is also a space for returning attendees to hear from experts ahead of the ICS. They are optional, and you can attend both if you would like.
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