Magazine offers insights into “invisible” Indian Country

Apr 28th, 2014 | By | Category: 25-4: Nation Building

Dear Editor,

Wow! Each issue of Tribal College Journal seems to outdo the one before it. Yet each is so uniquely designed that it gives your readers new glimpses of and insights into what would otherwise be invisible in Indian Country and among urban Indians.

The aesthetic cultural design of each issue radiates such beauty. I want others to know that during the last four years we grassroots volunteers have utilized this professional Indian magazine to provide local visibility of contemporary Indian awareness through art and media. Your quarterly magazines catch the eye of a fast-moving individual much faster than any flyer could. So, post your flyer near an issue of Tribal College Journal and see what response you get!

Pilamaya,
Su Child
Cody, Wyoming

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