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The Native American Journalists Association is just one of many organizations demanding that a recent article published in the Washington post be retracted due to unreliable data and irresponsible reporting. The article was published by reporter Theresa Vargas, who referenced data based on a new survey by Wolvereye – a market research agency. The survey […]
On Saturday January 31, 2015, two FNX Interns made their way to Four Directions Education’s biggest event of the year.
FNX | First Nations Experience Television Network Receives $6 Million Gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
FNX | First Nations Experience has received a second $6 Million gift of support from its Founding Partners, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. A special commemorative ceremony took place in honor of the gift renewal at KVCR studios on the San Bernardino Valley College campus on Monday, January 26, 2015.
This past weekend I got to join FNX in attending the 2nd Annual San Diego American Indian Film Festival (SDAIFF).
FNX I First Nations Experience, as you can imagine, is very busy for the Month of November, Native American Heritage Month.
FNX | First Nations Experience was an invited guest during the 2014 City of Los Angeles Native American Indian Commission’s American Indian Heritage Month Celebration.
The first live telecast for FNX | First Nations Experience television network was a major success!
FNX | First Nations Experience joins in commemorating the ancient Indigenous celebration Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) which celebrates friends, relatives, loved ones and all others who have passed on to become ancestors.
Passing a level of comfort to conquer a challenge may be daunting, but if pursued, I promise, stem beautiful life moments.
The Utah Education Network (UEN) has launched a new digital television channel that carries Native American programming to virtually all areas of the state. FNX Channel (First Nations Experience) programming is broadcast 24/7 on UEN-TV channel 9.3.
FNX | First Nations Experience television network is proud to be surrounded by more than 150 tribes that call the Golden State their home. For almost 50 years, events have taken place across the state - on the last Friday of September - to celebrate the diverse cultural heritage of California's Native American people.