November 11, 2013
Contact: University Relations
Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor in the School of Criminal Justice, says the state of affairs for American Indians and Native Alaskans is potentially improving in an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun.
"Among policy makers inside and outside of Indian country, I sense a willingness to explore new methods of achieving a positive way forward—methods that are meaningful, measurable and scalable," Ross says. "To do nothing, to keep the Indians, in essence, 'on reserve,' is to waste a heritage. And that, absolutely and with finality, damages our nation."
Read the op-ed.
Learn more about Prof. Ross.