New York Times columnist is “Thinking Indian”

Mar 9, 2009 | Archives, Blog

In the Sunday edition of The New York Times, Thomas L. Friedman shows how he is “thinking Indian.” He postulates that the economic crisis of 2008 may represent something more fundamental than a recession, and perhaps it was the Earth and the market’s way of telling our world that we cannot continue with the cycle of consumption that was not sustainable.

Our tribal colleges and universities teach sustainability in everything they do, proving American Indians have long been ahead of the curve. This is what we call “Thinking Indian.” As our nation grapples with its problems, American Indians are uniquely situated to lead with finding solutions.

To see Friedman’s excellent article, go to

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