Ray Cross, Mandan-Hidatsa
[RLP interview 2007]
Ray Cross received his law degree from Yale University in 1973 and now serves as a professor at the University of Montana Law School, where he teaches Federal Indian Law and Public Lands and Natural Resource Law. He works extensively with Indian tribes and organizations as well as federal agencies on issues related to Indian education, tribal self-determination and cultural and natural resource preservation. His interview provides valuable insight on the intricacies of tribal sovereignty from a legal, economic and cultural viewpoint.
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