Teaching Indian Law and Creating Agents of Change

Nov 8th, 2015 | By | Category: 27-2: American Indian Law, Features
By Christopher M. Harrington, J.D.

Teaching tribal college students about Indian law and policy can be an emotional and challenging endeavor. The process, however, can galvanize and empower them to work for change in their own communities and in Indian Country as a whole. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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