We Must Learn to Listen

Feb 15th, 1995 | By | Category: 6-4: New Respect for Indian History, Features
By Marjane Ambler

A growing interest in preserving history raises many questions. How should oral histories be collected? How can oral histories be paid for? How does a reservation community create momentum for a project to serve future generations when it faces so many urgent tasks? If non-Indians want to include the Indian voice in their research, how do they gain trust? TCJ PAID CONTENT


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