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Three Minnesota tribes to sign educational consortium agreement

Photos and Story by Michael Meuers
Red Lake, Minnesota (NFIC)

On the second day of a two-day Education Summit, on January 20th, 2011, a very special agreement will be signed about noon by the Chairs of three Indian Nations. The event will be held at the Seven Clans Casino and Event Center at Red Lake

The Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth Tribes will come together and pledge to cooperate and work together on educational improvements in such crucial areas as Ojibwe language preservation, Indian education improvements, grant partnering and grant endorsements.

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