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Native News Online: #Haskell Student is #NewZealand Bound

16.6.17

Haskell Student is New Zealand Bound: [Native News Online Staff ] -- Briana (Navajo/Blackfeet/Shoshone-Bannock) plans to move to New Zealand this fall where she will serve in a 4-month law internship at a community law center serving the Maori people and other pacific islanders. This internship comes on the heels of a year-long internship with the Prosecutor’s Office for the City of Lawrence, KS.

Briana graduates from Haskell in May with a bachelor’s degree in Indigenous & American Indian Studies with an emphasis in Tribal Sovereignty. Her career dreams are to use her future law career to serve indigenous people in the US and around the world.


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