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Cuyler Frank of the Navajo Nation began his career in communications at New Mexico State University where he provided audio and video content in Navajo for the agricultural college.

While Cuyler Frank and Glenn King reveled in their historic moment - broadcasting a college football game in their native Diné language - the road following the momentous occasion matters the most to the Navajo Nation duo, with a desire to preserve their native language. Read more»

The founders of Mikey’s League, Karl Bender and Scott Freeman, shared a similar vision to allow everyone to play sports, regardless of ability. Here, Bender offers words of encouragement to Jake Capstick before a game.

Through a shared vision of accessibility and inclusivity in sports, childhood friends Karl Bender and Scott Freeman formed Mikey’s League with a powerful objective: to challenge the limits placed on the disabled community and allow them to inspire and teach others. Read more»