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Constructing Native American Dwellings

In 5th Grade students were learning about different Native American cultures, so in STEAM they researched different dwellings used by Native Americans.  They watched videos to learn how the Native Americans constructed each dwelling.   29 more words

What's Happening In Miss Conroy's STEAM Lab

The Jonquil Historical Trail, Part 1

What follows is the first draft of a proposal I generated back in 2015 to establish an historical trail along a one-and-a-half mile section of Atlanta Road in Smyrna, Georgia. 3,714 more words

History

Twitler to Order Review of National Monuments, Including Bears Ears

Bear Ears, Utah (Source: U.S. Geological Survey (https://3dparks.wr.usgs.gov/nabr/html2/nb077.htm) Public Domain)

President Donald Trump this week will order a review of national monument designations — including southern Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante — as part of a wide look at a century-old law that allows presidents to set aside federal lands without congressional approval.

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Environment

Developing Housing and Jobs on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

Some of the most intriguing and successful CCHD-funded groups are those that surmount the biggest obstacles. The Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation (CDC) in Porcupine, South Dakota, is one of them. 469 more words

Poverty

The Tribal side of diabetes

The Native American tribe of Pima or the Pima people are an indigenous group that my research will be focused on. They are located in the Gila river and the Salt river in Central and southern Arizona. 305 more words

Anthropology Issue

The Game of Silence

Louise Erdrich

I didn’t realize that this is a children’s book. I enjoyed it as an adult and was sorry when it ended. The illustrations did not display well on my Kindle, but aside from this, the story was highly enjoyable. 110 more words

Book Reviews

"The Work Is Resistance"

A conversation about Standing Rock, solidarity, and faith with GLIDE Seminary Intern Todd Whitley


How has Standing Rock figured in your time here at GLIDE?
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