14-4 Summer 2003 “Cultural Resilience” Table of Contents

May 15th, 2003 | By | Category: 14-4: Cultural Resilience, Archives


Wellness in the Workplace: Building a More Productive Institution
By Cheryl Crazy Bull (Sicangu Lakota) and Alex Prue, Sr. (Sicangu Lakota)
When workers bring their personal crises to the workplace, what can be done to change unhealthy behavior? TCJ PAID CONTENT

‘Miracle Survivors’: Promoting Resilience in Indian Students
By Iris HeavyRunner (Blackfeet/Crow) and Kathy Marshall
The Blackfeet have a word meaning “miracle survivors.” New research shows how this ancient, strengths-based approach can help students succeed. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Erasing an Uneasy Life with a Smile, Remembering Cordell Sun Bear
By Kim Karaff
A former writing instructor remembers what she learned from one of her more remarkable students. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Faces Behind the Tribal College Movement
To celebrate AIHEC’s 30th anniversary, TCJ is publishing a series of tributes. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Gaming No Panacea for Meeting Tribes’ Needs
By Ron Selden
Few tribes have casinos. When they do, their proceeds will only stretch so far. TCJ PAID CONTENT


Dear Readers: TCJ Receives Enthusiastic Response to ‘Heroes’ Issue
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s Essay: Putting A Name To Cultural Resilience
By Marjane Ambler

Profile: Real Indians: Portraits of Contemporary Native Americans and America’s Tribal Colleges TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: HIV/AIDS Prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
By Thomas W. Sileo, Ed.D., and Myrna A. Gooden, M.S.W.TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide
By Joyce A. Strand, Ph.D., and Robert Peacock, Ed.D.

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Al Kuslikus, Pamela Dawes, Ron Selden, Lorna Wilkes-Ruebelmann, and SharonWitmer

About the cover: “Turtle Island” by Adrian Pushetonequa (Meswaki), courtesy of the IAIAMuseum, Cat.#: SF-8.

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