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About the Survey on News, Healthcare, and Covid-19

Native News Online is conducting a research study in collaboration with the Northwestern University Center for Native American and Indigenous Research, and the university’s Medill School, to learn how Indigenous people like you are getting their news, how they are getting their healthcare, and how they are responding to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

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