The US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network
The US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network seeks to link American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian data users, tribal leaders, information and communication technology providers, researchers, policymakers and planners, businesses, service providers, and community advocates together to share stories about data initiatives, successes, and challenges, and resources. The Network does this through a web site that collates and links to Indigenous data initiatives and written, audio, and visual resources on Indigenous data sovereignty and data governance. In addition, new additions to the Indigenous data initiatives and resources pages as well as upcoming related events related to Indigenous data sovereignty are shared via a monthly email to the Network's listserv. Network members need not be American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian, so long as they are interested in furthering the aims of Indigenous data sovereignty in the US.