Will Congress Finally Fulfill a 200-Year-Old Promise to the Cherokee People?

By The Guardian

“This article in the Guardian draws attention to what could be a singularly important event in Native American affairs. Two centuries ago, the US Government made promises that there would be tribal representation in the US Congress. That promise was never fulfilled but it has emerged as a point of discussion and the possibility of fruition. The history of the Native American relationship to the US Government is filled with conflict and neglect. PCI efforts to support improved Internet access represents a modest but sincere attempt to redress some of that neglect”

– Vint Cerf, Chairman, People-Centered Internet.  

Read the article here.


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