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No Quick Fixes: A Look at the Bureau of Indian Affair’s Indian Land Consolidation Pilot Project

November 1, 2016

The Indian Land Consolidation Pilot Program, which began in 1999, is a result of Congressional Acts and Supreme Court decisions that sought to remedy problems associated with fractional land. In this article, the authors provide insights on the Indian Land Consolidation Pilot Program from the Bureau of Indian Affair.

Working Towards Diversity III: A Progress Report on Strategies for Inclusiveness Among Minnesota Grantmakers

June 1, 2005

"Working Towards Diversity III" reports incremental improvements in applying strategies for inclusiveness among Minnesota grantmakers. It is the third five-year benchmark report on diversity, following two earlier diversity surveys of Council members on the same topic reported in 1995 and 2000. The current survey shows that the discourse on diversity and inclusiveness practices within the Minnesota philanthropic community has been elevated to a higher level. More foundations and corporate giving programs have formal, written statements on diversity and inclusiveness than five years ago and the impetus for change is coming from the foundations' most senior-level policymakers