By Matthew L. M. Fletcher
America Indian tradition and traditions have survived an strange quantity of oppressive federal and kingdom academic guidelines meant to assimilate Indian humans and wreck their cultures and languages. but, Indian tradition, traditions, and other people frequently stay handled as items within the lecture room and within the curriculum. utilizing a severe race thought framework and a different "counternarrative" technique, American Indian Education explores a number of contemporary academic matters dealing with American Indian peoples—from the impression of Indian activities mascots on scholars and groups, to the makes use of and abuses of legislation that frequently by no means succeed in a court, and the intergenerational affects of yankee Indian schooling coverage on Indian little ones at the present time. by means of interweaving empirical examine with available composite narratives, Matthew Fletcher breaches the distance among sturdy academic coverage and the on-the-ground truth of Indian scholars, highlighting the demanding situations confronted via American Indian scholars and paving the way in which for a decent dialogue approximately solutions.
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American Indian Education: Counternarratives in Racism, Struggle, and the Law (Critical Educator (Hardcover)) by Matthew L. M. Fletcher