Without destroying ourselves : a century of native intellectual activism for higher education /
Without Destroying Ourselves is an intellectual history of Native activism seeking greater access to and control of higher education in the twentieth century.
University of Nebraska Press,
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: How can we change without destroying ourselves?
- By and for Indians : Henry Roe Cloud and early twentieth-century activism for Native-driven higher education
- A new spirit of leadership : carrying the threads of the cloud's vision
- Indian-controlled and Indian-centered : driving home the arguement for Native control in higher education
- An exercise in tribal sovereignty : the early years of the tribal-college era
- Embracing Pan-Indianism : off-reservation institutions and their place in ther tribal-college era
- Conclusion: Ideas have a way of living.