The Tribal Wills Project of the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law takes law students and supervising attorneys to Native American reservations throughout the southwest and Rocky Mountain areas. Reservation lands are referred to in federal legislation as “Indian Country.” Phyllis Gottesfeld Knight’66 initially volunteered to join the TWP as a teacher and supervising attorney on a weekend junket, but her experiences of over four years of TWP participation opened new horizons. She tells the stories of people she encountered and how those stories relate to the broader issues of life within Native American reservations. Phyllis also provides personal reflections about the vast, remote spaces of America’s Indian Country.
You can listen to the audio of Phyllis' talk here.
You can download the photos Phyllis showed here.
You can download the Indian Country resource list Phyllis put together here. Phyllis includes her email if you'd like to contact her.