Over the last month, it is conversations like the one I had with Crystal and other Native peoples that have created intentional learning and sharing opportunities throughout the company. At the start of the month, we learned more from Tom Brooks, AT&T Vice President of External & Legislative Affairs about his Native American upbringing in a Mohawk family. In his blog, Tom shares the work AT&T is doing to help Tribal lands close the digital divide by offering low-cost options, educational resources, and economic opportunity to those who don't have broadband connectivity today.
Our AT&T colleague Rachel Salinas of the Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees (ICAE) shared more about her culture, family and experience as a Native woman leader through an engaging "20 Questions" video. To bring everyone into the celebration, we welcomed the community to our Dallas headquarters at the AT&T Discovery District for a Powwow event hosted by ICAE and Humanity of Connection, which featured traditional Native dancers, music, entertainment, and vendors.
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