Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Wed, Aug. 05
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Hopi High radio students Johnetta Honie and Joelle Mansfield with Burt Poley, director of Native Voice 1. Poley previously worked at KUYI.

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ATLANTA, Ga. - Seven Hopi High School radio students learned about the First Amendment and other aspects of radio during the 33rd annual National Federation of Community Broadcasters Radio Conference March 25-29. Hollie Manheimer, executive director of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation, led a discussion with about 45 youth on the importance of the First Amendment.

By Stan Bindell April 9, 2008
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