4-2 Fall 1992 “Reshaping Tribal Economies” Table of Contents

Aug 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 4-2: Reshaping Tribal Economies, Archives

4-2 FALL 1992Features

 The Wealth of (Indian) Nations
Appearances can be deceptive, writes Marjane Ambler. Poverty looks overwhelming on many reservations, but there is growing hope for the future of tribal economies. TCJ PAID CONTENT

No Easy Money
Reservations are complex economies that cannot be jump started by simple solutions, according to Cris Stainbrook of the Northwest Area Foundation. In an interview with Schuyler Houser, he describes the necessary ingredients for economic growth. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Joining the Circle
Entrepreneurs on the Rosebud Reservation are finding support through an innovative revolving loan fund. Story and photos by Eric Haase. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Entrepreneurs with the Power of the Tribe Behind Them
Northwest Indian College has joined with the Lummi tribe to help small businesses take root on the reservation, reports Michele Lansdowne. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Education for Economic Development
By Paul Boyer

Analysis: Teacher Education and the Rosebud Tribal Education Code
By Trudy Knowles, Joe Gill, Archie Beauvais and Cheryl Medearis TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: Factors Contributing to Post Secondary Achievement of American Indians
By Judith Davis TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

ON THE COVER: Cover and interior illustration by Bob Lynch for In Cahoots, Inc.

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