Haskell Lecture on American Indian economic development

On Friday March 23, I delivered the ASU College of Social Work’s 24th Annual Haskell Lecture.

I spoke about the crucial need for reservation communities and tribal governments to create functioning private sector economies on their reservations.

(Prof. Frank Rennie from Scotland delivered the Roatch Lecture that same day. We found amazing parallels between what Scottish communities in the Outer Hebrides Islands are doing today and historic economic development in Indian country.)

Check out the ASU Now story:  https://asunow.asu.edu/20180325-global-engagement-loss-land-and-culture-ties-faraway-groups-who-are-forging-similar-paths

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