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Old 02-15-2011, 08:13 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by meashcrme View Post
You hit the nail on the head. Doesn't seem like a major in AIS would get you very far and isn't very specific. Good intentions, but bad in practical use.
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Originally Posted by rayofsun View Post
i disagree with you, although i am double majoring i still believe i can do many things in Native American Studies, and it will help build the future i am working hard for. it depends on how hard you work in my opinion, not giving up until you reached your goal.
Neither one of you are wrong. Each has a different road to your destination.

If you ask some...one day in class of American Indian Studies is a waste of time.

My opinion is 'education is power'.
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