6-1 Summer 1994 “Media and Information” Table of Contents

May 15th, 1994 | By | Category: 6-1: Media and Information, Archives

6-1 SUMMER 1994 COVERFeatures

Distorted Images
News coverage of Indian Country will not impove until more Indians become reporters.
By Carolyn Case TCJ PAID CONTENT

Searching for a Free Press in Indian Country
Too many tribal governments do not support a free press, argues Sherrole Benton. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting can be a model for tribes seeking publicly funded, yet editorially independent media.
By Sherrole Benton TCJ PAID CONTENT

Releasing Reservations From Isolation
Tribal colleges libraries have become the storytellers of today.
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Local Access, Local Control
Salish Kootenai College brings public television to the Flathead Reservation
By Annette T. Brown TCJ PAID CONTENT

A Radical Approach to Education
The Saami people of Norway are building a college of their own. Jan Henry Keskitalo and Gerald V. Mohatt write that language is at the root of the college and the culture. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Don’t Stop the Presses
By Paul Boyer

Legislation: No Equity in Vocational Education
By Carty Monette TCJ PAID CONTENT

Profile: Not Just Another Wannabe
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: The Image Never Fades: A survey of Tribal College presidents on media stereotyping
By Glenn Himebaugh TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Brian Palecek

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