Cheryl Crazy Bull Spells Out Plan for Allies to Advocate for Native Access to Higher Education and Tribal College Education

Mar 13, 2020 | Inside the College Fund, President's Blog

Cheryl Crazy Bull’s guest blog about how allies can advocate for Native American access to higher education, funding for Native higher education, and funding for TCUs appeared on the Higher Learning Advocates blog. Higher Learning Advocates is a non-profit based in Washington, D.C. focused on advocacy for higher learning.

The blog can be found here at:
https://higherlearningadvocates.org/2020/03/12/indigenous-higher-education-asserting-an-inherent-right-to-education/

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