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NATIVE WOMEN and SURVIVANCE - San Francisco State University

AMERICAN INDIAN

AIS STUDIES

Department of Indian Studies

College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University

Spring 2005 San Francisco State University

NATIVE

RELEVANT EDUCATION

and traditional heritage. They

also gained a greater bond

with others who were coping

with the same identity loss.

Academic relevance requires

an educational curriculum developed

for the various ethnic

minorities, relating to their experiences,

historical identities,

and

WOMEN

SURVIVANCE

American Indian Studies Department College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University Spring 2005

Issue 2 Volume 1


AMERICAN INDIAN

AIS STUDIES

Department of Indian Studies

College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University

Spring 2005 San Francisco State University

NATIVE

RELEVANT EDUCATION

and traditional heritage. They

also gained a greater bond

with others who were coping

with the same identity loss.

Academic relevance requires

an educational curriculum developed

for the various ethnic

minorities, relating to their experiences,

historical identities,

and

WOMEN

SURVIVANCE

American Indian Studies Department College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University Spring 2005

Issue 2 Volume 1


AMERICAN INDIAN

AIS STUDIES

Department of Indian Studies

College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University

Spring 2005 San Francisco State University

NATIVE

and

WOMEN

SURVIVANCE

American Indian Studies Department College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University Spring 2005

Issue 2 Volume 1


AMERICAN INDIAN

AIS STUDIES

Department of Indian Studies

College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University

Spring 2005 San Francisco State University

NATIVE

RELEVANT EDUCATION

and traditional heritage. They

also gained a greater bond

with others who were coping

with the same identity loss.

Academic relevance requires

an educational curriculum developed

for the various ethnic

minorities, relating to their experiences,

historical identities,

and

WOMEN

SURVIVANCE

American Indian Studies Department College of Ethnic Studies

San Francisco State University Spring 2005

Issue 2 Volume 1

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