Tribal Colleges: Acknowledging the Past, Understanding the Present, and Aspiring to a Successful Future

Discusses an important milestone in the  nation’s history regarding equity in research, education, and extension. On October 20, 1994, 29 tribal colleges, representing different histories, cultural orientations, and organizational structures, received land-grant university (LGU) status.

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