Protests of the planned “Thirty Meter Telescope” on the Mauna Kea mountain summit gained national attention last year. Hawaiians sought to prevent the telescope’s construction because the location is on land that some native Hawaiians consider sacred.
Suzanne Anarde may be barely into her third month as CEO, but she’s no stranger to RCAC, and she’s a nonprofit veteran. Her record speaks for itself: from managing her first community development block grant budget to exceed that of the local government that funded it, all the way to growing an all-star team at Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). Anarde is, however, very transparent about just how much there is to learn.
In this month's issue: For Suzanne Anarde, RCAC is a partnership 20 years in the making; Tips for managing a mobile-home park utility; Private well owners in California counties invited to register for free well assessments Check out these stories & more! https://bit.ly/36nrB4k
As communicators, we know language matters. Check out @Center4Native's glossary of terms that are frequently used when discussing the issues faced by Native populations today. https://twitter.com/AspenInstitute/status/1220448115720970245