(Now we are ONE Spirit)
to Investigate all misinformation being spead within the
Native Internet communities and to officially serve as a clearing
house on all reported allegations of misinformation. To formally report
its Council's official finding to the general public via Internet communications,
only after a complete and full investigation has been conducted.
The Native Peoples Internet Affairs Council's Actions:
1. Report its official findings to all legitimate Native community leaders.
Serve as a clearing house for all misinformation before it
becomes officially reported to the communities and News Media.
To contact and Stampout all reported rumors being spread
by the mass media via unofficially reporting Native sources.
Native community based organizations and
News Media Directors and Administrators.
Native American Books
Native E-mail Contact List
Native Television and Radio Broadcasting Systems
Native Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
Native Youth Councils
Before any news is published on any of the Native community Forums,
the List Administrators send a copy of the message or article for an
investigative verification by the Native Internet Affairs Council.
After verification of the news the Administrator will be
contacted within 24 hours by a representative of the Indigenous/Native
Peoples Internet Affairs Council. They will then give the approval to post
the message in the List or Newsgroup as being a legitimate post.
3. It will then be posted to that forum.
Compiled by: Glenn Welker
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