THE 4 PILLARS OF NPM
Native Public Media values forging tribal centric solutions to Native communications needs and over the past seven
years concentrated on four quadrants of service to Native media makers and communities:
Providing Native Communities with the Access, Knowledge and Resources to Ensure that Native Americans Have a Voice to
Fully Participate and Benefit From the Information Age.
Creating A Digital Footprint For Media Growth In Indian Country.
Providing Information, Technical Support and Training to Build a Solid National Communications System in Indian
Producing proactive programs of policy analysis, representation and education, NPM works to secure a voice for Native America among policy-making bodies and among the media democracy movement, promoting greater access and larger audiences for Native American voices.
A collection of new media sharing the story of the storytellers.
Listen to NPM's Interview with Ohkay Owingeh
Councilman Joe Garcia
Loris A. Taylor
Long term transformational systemic change is often an ambiguous journey. No one really knows for sure what it is, where it should start and whether it will ever end. However, one thing is for sure. Without it, things don’t change.
Dr. Traci L. Morris
Follows the daily adventures of Native Public Media's launch of their first ever Digital Journalism and Storytelling course in Santa Fe, New Mexico at the Institute of American Indian Arts Campus.