22-2 Winter 2010 – “Crossing Borders” Table of ContentsNov 15th, 2010 | By tcj | Category: 22-2: Crossing Borders, Winter 2010, Archives
Caring, Sharing in the Big Sky – Writer, photographer explore five of Montana’s tribal colleges
By Jerry Worley, Ed.D., Photos by Anders Andersson The author travels across Montana with a former student and photographer and says that visiting tribal colleges is the best way to really understand them.
Transformative Travel – Experiences in Mexico, NYC change students’ lives
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen Students plant the seeds of collaboration, blossom outside their comfort zones, and discover up close what makes communities, nations work.
Donors’ Tours Answer Many Questions
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen ‘Red Movement’ – AIHEC Student Congress empowers Native studentsBy LaVinia Pauline Snowball (Winnebago) The annual Summer Leadership Conference attracted more students and tribal colleges than ever to prepare them to be active leaders back home.
‘Red Movement’ – AIHEC Student Congress empowers Native students
By LaVinia Pauline Snowbally (Winnebago) The annual Summer Leadership Conference attracted more students and tribal colleges than ever to prepare them to be active leaders back home.
Dear Readers: “TCUs Challenged to Join Sustainability Effort”
By Carrie Billy, J.D.
Editor’s Essay: “Travel Pries Open Our Minds, Builds Understanding”
By Marjane Ambler
Profile: Sharing Hawaiian Knowledge Through Story
By Lisa Sarah Sterling, Ph.D. (Nlkapamux Nation)
Talking Circle: “Turtle Mountain Teachers Train Change Agents”
By Carmelita Lamb, Ph.D. (Hispanic/Lipan Band of Apache)
By Bradley Shreve, Michael W. Simpson, Ryan Tafoya, and Kurt Umbhau
Voices: Ethnic Studies Law Seeks to Silence Us
By Myla Vicenti Carpio