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Darrah Blackwater

Darrah Blackwater

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Biography

Darrah Blackwater is a citizen of the Navajo Nation pursuing a law degree from the University of Arizona. Blackwater has interned in the office of the Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C., with the Inspector General of the Department of Interior, and at Hobbs Straus Dean & Walker as a federal Indian law clerk. She is a policy advisor to the Internet Society’s 2019 Indigenous Connectivity Summit.

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For Tribal Lands Ravaged by COVID-19, Broadband Access Is a Matter of Life and Death Thumbnail
Community Networks 15 May 2020

For Tribal Lands Ravaged by COVID-19, Broadband Access Is a Matter of Life and Death

This opinion piece was originally published in Arizona Central. If anyone doubted the importance of the Internet before the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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