Racism in Indian Country


By Dr. Dean Chavers

Dr. Dean Chavers is Director of Catching the Dream, formerly known as Native American Scholarship Fund. He holds a doctorate and two Master’s degrees from Stanford University. He is a former college professor and college president and the leader of the Exemplary Programs in Indian Education (EPIE) movement.

“Racism in Indian Country”is long overdue. Dean Chavers presents a picture of racism, exposing the heart of Indian Country. Native Americans do not have constitutional protections to this day. This is a necessary history for the healing and recovery of Indian people. We need to break the cycle of slow death and start living again.
Dr. LaNada Boyer Warjack,
Bannock Nation,
Fort Hall, Idah
This book is a must read for those who have an interest in American Indian people and the trials and tribulations they have encountered during the past 400 years.
Dr. Ben Chavis,
Principal Emeritus,
American Indian Public Charter School


Number of pages: 245. Price: $32.95 plus $4 shipping and handling first book, $1.50 each additional book.