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Hiding in the Ivy: American Indian students and visibility in elite educational settings

July 1, 2004

In this article, Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy explores how the experiences of Tom, Debbie, and Heather, three Native American students attending Ivy League universities in the 1990s, reflect larger societal beliefs and statements about the perceived place of Native Americans in higher education and U.S. society.

Read More: https://hepgjournals.org/doi/abs/10.17763/haer.74.2.x141415v38360mg4?journalCode=haer

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