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Pow Wow to celebrate Native Americans

TEXAS – Political science junior Stephanie Vielle said the lack of correct information in textbooks and the stereotype that all Native Americans are the same is an issue she is working on to change for the future. 137 more words

Native Americans

Writing Pattern

Hi Fellow Bloggers,
It’s been two weeks since I posted on here. I thought I would talk to you about my writing pattern and writer’s block. 769 more words

Writing

The Met to Open 'Ambitious' Plains Indian Art Exhibition Spanning 2,000 Years

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced Wednesday plans to present the exhibition “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky.” The show, running from March 9 to May 10, is the museum’s first major retrospective of the art of Plains Native Americans. 433 more words

Consciousness-Raising by the Numbers in Diverse Children’s Books

A week ago, the Cooperative Center for Children’s Books at the University of Wisconsin-Madison published its annual review of the diverse books published in the United States in the previous year (you can see their findings here: … 940 more words

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Winchester ’73: Connections to the American Frontier

In class on Tuesday, we discussed that the American western movie genre was developed because of the rapid urbanization due to the industrial revolution. Americans needed an icon to look to for hope of a more exciting life than working in a factory. 291 more words

Eugenics in America: The Forced Sterilisation of Native American Women

This is another chilling clip I found on the internet. It’s about the forced sterilisation of American Indian women by the US. This wasn’t in the 19th century, when eugenics was most popular amongst a section of Western intellectuals. 89 more words

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