Lessons for Native American Heritage Month
This Native American Heritage Month, revisit The Change Agent’s “Indigenous Peoples” Issue with compelling, timely, and FREE content. First, listen to poet Tanaya Winder share the challenges Native women face and the powerful stand they have taken for survival in the stirring and poignant “Love Lessons in a Time of Settler Colonialism”. Next, learn from JSI’s Hannabah Blue about why a baby’s first laugh is an important spiritual and emotional moment in Navajo culture. Finally, download a free beginner lesson and activity packet to teach College and Career Readiness Standards with pieces like “Introduction to Settler Colonialism” and “Acknowledge the Land”. Listen, read, and share all of this content with your students and access the full issue with a subscription!
- “Love Lessons in a Time of Settler Colonialism” by Tanaya Winder
- “Laughing for the First Time: How a Navajo Baby Becomes Fully Part of the Human World” by Hannabah Blue
- Beginning Literacy Adaptations lesson packet from Indigenous Peoples issue #48