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“Native American media is struggling for a free press”

 Street Roots - USA 14 September 2019

Journalist Bryan Pollard has a passion for promoting marginalised voices. He is the co-founder of Portland street paper Street Roots and also the executive editor of the Cherokee Phoenix, the first newspaper published by Native Americans in the Cherokee language. He speaks about keeping pulse of Native American journalism beating strongly. (1131 Words) - By Israel Bayer

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Journalist Bryan Pollard.Photo courtesy of Street Roots

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Cherokee language published in a copy of the Cherokee Phoenix. The Cherokee Phoenix is the first newspaper published by Native Americans and the first published in a Native American language.Photo courtesy of Street Roots


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