School cultural exchange broadens understanding

Rifkin, Jane M.
July 1996
Native American Connections;1996/97, p48
Describes the cultural exchange program between the Northridge, California-based Jewish Day School and the Chinle School for Navajos in Arizona. Program's goals and objectives; Students' learnings from the experience.


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