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Harvard to present Honoring Nations at NCAI


The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development will present its Honoring Nations awards at the National Congress of American Indians today.

The program recognizes excellence in tribal governance. Fourteen finalists, out of 86 applicants, were chosen for their innovative programs.

The finalists will present their projects at the NCAI conference in Sacramento. Eight of them will be chosen for "high" honors.

The honorees include the Morongo Band of Mission Indians' tutoring program, the Winnebago Tribe's community development fund and the Tulalip Tribes' drug court.

Get the Story:
Morongo Band's tutoring effort gets honor (The Riverside Press-Enterprise 10/3)
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Relevant Links:
Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development - http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/hpaied
Harvard Native American Program - http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/hunap

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