Indigenous People’s Day Curriculum Teach-In

All education happens on indigenous lands. – Dr. Sarah Shear, Keynote Speaker On September 8, the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Teaching for Change, and D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice organized an Indigenous People’s Curriculum Day and Teach-In that brought together more than 100 educators from the D.C. area (and a few from […]

Teaching for Change and the Smithsonian

In March, Teaching for Change had the honor of presenting workshops in collaboration with the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) and the Anacostia Community Museum to introduce teachers to major exhibits at both museums. Why Treaties Matter | National Museum of the American Indian | March 18, 2017 The NMAI teacher workshop, “Why Treaties […]

Teaching About the #NoDAPL Water Protectors

One of the greatest organizing efforts to protect land, human rights, and the future of this planet is taking place in North Dakota. The Standing Rock Sioux, joined now by members of more than 200 other Native American tribes and other allies, are taking a stand to oppose the Dakota Access pipeline, which threatens to […]

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