24-2 Winter 2012 “The Future of the Tribal College Movement” Table of ContentsNov 6th, 2012 | By tcj | Category: 24-2: The Future of the Tribal College Movement, Archives
Journey to Freedom
By Cheryl Crazy Bull
Tribal colleges and universities have emerged as exceptional institutions—and their leaders still have promises to keep and new goals to achieve.
Forty Years of ‘Fire in the Belly’
By Mary Annette Pember
Looking back on the challenges faced over the past four decades, longtime leaders within the tribal college movement share their memories as well as advice for future leaders.
The Call to Lead
By Lionel Bordeaux
The long-serving president of Sinte Gleska University recalls his journey to the presidency and shares his hopes for the future.
Forty Years of Indigenous Learning
AIHEC and TCJ have collected photos from tribal colleges across the nation.
Timeline and Map (center spread)
As AIHEC celebrates its 40th anniversary, TCJ looks back on significant achievements within the tribal college movement.
Dear Readers: TCJ continues growth in print, online
By Rachael Marchbanks
Editor’s Essay: What Hope Looks Like
By Laura Paskus
Talking Circle: Fundraising: It’s all about the students
By Barbara Bolton Rohrich
Voices: Journey to Dinétah
By Dr. Bradley Shreve
ON THE COVER: Melvin Hatch and his son Curtis on the Ute Mountain Ute reservation, CO. For over 30 years Branson Reynolds has explored and photographed throughout the West. His work has appeared in publications such as Outside, Backpacker, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times, and on the Outdoor Channel, and has been exhibited in galleries from Santa Fe to Toronto.