SOURCE: The New Republic
November 14, 2019
by Nick Martin
The case has it all: white-centrism, the "school choice" debate, and the obscene way in which North Carolina is failing its students.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
November is Native American Heritage Month. Critics say Trump is subverting it with a new celebration of the Founding Fathers.
Last week, President Trump declared November as “National American History and Founders Month,” a celebration of the country’s “dedication to promoting liberty and justice.”
by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Assembling a coherent narrative that inspires students to image a different world is much more complicated than a Wikipedia search. Teachers can only carry out this task if they have access to narrative histories that are decolonized.
SOURCE: High Country News
Some believe the Golden State is ignoring a history of violence against Native Americans.
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