A collaboration between Native activists, professionals, and scholars, Re-Creating the Circle brings a new perspective to the American Indian struggle for self-determination: the returning of Indigenous peoples to sovereignty, self-sufficiency, and harmony so that they may again live well in their own communities, while partnering with their neighbors, the nation, and the world for mutual advancement. Given the complexity in realizing American Indian renewal, this project weaves the perspectives of individual contributors into a holistic analysis providing a broader understanding of political, economic, educational, social, cultural, and psychological initiatives. The authors seek to assist not only in establishing American Indian nations as full partners in American federalism and society, but also in improving the conditions of Indigenous people world wide, while illuminating the relevance of American Indian tradition for the contemporary world facing an abundance of increasing difficulties.The Renewal of American Indian Self-Determination Stephen Sachs, Barbara Morris LaDonna Harris ... to reservation residents) have increased the number of Indians who can obtain conventional financing for mortgages. ... In 2004, three of the largest U.S. homeloan banks granted $2.6 million to help fund Indian housing projects: Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle ... Disease with Inadequate Water Service, a http://anthc.org/upload/08a04a03Study_links_respiratory_Disease2a1. pdf.
|Title||:||Re-creating the Circle|
|Author||:||Stephen Sachs, Barbara Morris|
|Publisher||:||UNM Press - 2011-12-16|