July 1, 2021

We Are Ancient and We Are Contemporary

There is a spiritual movement, a renaissance or awakening in our Native communities across the country, to reclaim lifeways that are the oldest on this continent. Reclaim, rename, revitalize, call…

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Education: The Critical Component to Narrative Change

We will spotlight the various educational efforts of Minnesota Native nations for young Native people to combat harmful lessons such as Manifest Destiny.

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June 1, 2021

Narrative Change Creates Visibility

In popular discourse in the United States, Native peoples continue to be misrepresented and erased. Stereotypes, unawareness, and inaccurate history remain the norm, all influencing how Native peoples are treated by media, schools, and government.

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May 1, 2021

A Look at Decolonizing the Curriculum in K-12

See Final project of a Master Class for teachers at U of M as they focus on Decolonization of Education in K-12 as it relates to Minnesota History. Patty Keratithamkul Scofield and Ashley Mathews

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Media’s Impact on History: With Ava Krocheski-Meyer

High school scholar and De La Salle Junior looks at history with a new lens. How did the media across the State in 1862 impact the history we know today? See why her work made it all the way to National History Day!

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April 14, 2021

Want to Know More? Resource Guide

Resource Guide – A place to begin.

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April 6, 2020

READ – and Join Hennepin Cty Librarys’ Mary Ann Key Book Club

Narrative change happens when we intentionally seek out individual stories that have been left out of history.

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