‘Accidental’ president helped forge a movementFeb 9th, 2012 | By pboyer | Category: 23-3: Technology and Culture, Profiles
Growing up on the Fort Peck Reservation in the 1960s, Jim Shanley knew he wanted to go to college, but career options were limited. He majored in education only because his sister was a teacher, and “teaching was just about the only ‘white collar’ profession available to Indians living on the rural Montana reservation,” he says.
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