Harvard Project Names Three Honoring Nations Leaders

Indian Country Today

Sharing outstanding programs in tribal self-governance and helping to expand the capacities of Tribal leaders through learning from each others’ successes is the mission of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development’s Honoring Nations program.

Recently the Honoring Nations program announced the selection of three Nation-building leaders for its 2014 Honoring Nations Leadership Program, supported by the Bush Foundation. The program is designed to foster nation-building capacity in the Bush Region–Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota–and will provide the opportunity for the three participants to contribute to the 2014 Honoring Nations awards cycle, which will include participation on a site visit and reporting to the Honoring Nations Board of Governors. Nation-building leaders will also have the opportunity to participate in a tribal governance session facilitated by the Native Nations Institute...

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ICTMN Staff. "Harvard Project Names Three Honoring Nations Leaders." Indian Country Today Media Network. May 28, 2014. Article. (https://ictnews.org/archive/harvard-project-names-three-honoring-nations-leaders, accessed May 31, 2023)

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