15-1 Fall 2003 “Indigenizing Our Future” Table of ContentsAug 15th, 2003 | By tcj | Category: 15-1: Indigenizing Our Future, Archives
From ‘Savages’ to Scientists: Mainstream science moves toward recognizing traditional knowledge
By Dr. Lori Lambert (Mi’kmaq/Abenaki)
AAAS invites tribal scholars to explain how the knowledge of their grandfathers can address the issues of tomorrow.
Chiefs & Visionaries: AIHEC molds leadership initiative to match tribal values
By Dr. Deborah (Wetsit) His Horse is Thunder (Assiniboine) and Dr. Gerald Gipp (Hunkpapa Lakota)
The consortium of tribal colleges plans a unique mentorship program to prepare leaders who can meet the many challenges facing tribal organizations.
Faces Behind the Tribal College Movement
To celebrate AIHEC’s 30th anniversary, TCJ is publishing a series of tributes.
TCJ Student Edition
Joseph Bruchac found 23 new writers in this year’s student edition who seemed “as familiar as old friends.”
Dear Readers: Our Movement Will Always Be About People
By Gerald E. Gipp, Ph.D.
Editor’s Essay: Indigenizing Our Future: Listening to Indian voices will help us face the challenges ahead
By Marjane Ambler
Voices: Will Indian Education Be Left Behind?
By Richard B. Williams (Oglala Lakota)
On the cover: David Dalasohya Jr. (Hopi/Laguna Pueblo), “Sweet Corn and Beautiful Water.” Acrylic on Canvas, 2003, photo By Larry M. Phillips Sr., courtesy of the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum: Cat#: H-402.