Kimberly Morales Johnson

tribal secretary of the San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians/Gabrieleno-Tongva; PhD student at UC Davis

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The University of California is waiving tuition for Native American students, but only if they’re members of federally recognized tribes.

$0 UC tuition? Native Americans have tough feat: Prove fed recognition

The University of California is waiving tuition for Native American students, but only if they’re members of federally recognized tribes.

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