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Tell KOSU about jobs, work and life in tribal communities

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KOSU's Allison Herrera interviews U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe in 2020.

What do you consider the job of the future in your community? Are you satisfied with your quality of life there?

KOSU is collaborating with other news organizations on a project on economic experiences in tribal communities, and we want to know more from you.

Please use the form below to provide us details about what is happening in your community. The form shouldn't take more than five minutes, and personal information will not be shared without your consent.

The project, funded by grants from the Walton Family Foundation, is part of a collaboration with the Institute from Nonprofit News and nine other news organizations to examine the state of the economy in rural tribal communities.

Other news organizations in the collaboration include Indian Country Today, Buffalo's Fire, Investigate West, New Mexico In Depth, Mvskoke Media, Osage News, Rawhide Press, Underscore and Wisconsin Watch.

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