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Intersectionality of Native Identity and Systemic Oppression

Celeste Kimimila T. Blog, English, International Relations & Multicultural Studies, School Leave a Comment

This essay was initially written for an English class as a synthesis essay. It’s been an honor to have it featured on Natives in America. Intersectionality of Native Identity and Systemic Oppression “Indeed, today it is popular to be an Indian. Within a decade it may be a necessity.” Vine Deloria Jr., Red Earth, White Lies: Native Americans and the …

A Beacon of Light: Fighting Native Youth Suicide

Celeste Kimimila T. Blog, International Relations & Multicultural Studies, School 1 Comment

I had to complete a presentation assignment adapting from an editorial piece I wrote in an English class this semester. This is my first presentation created with Prezi.com. It was a really fun program to use, and has a much more modern look than your good old PowerPoint presentation. I can’t say this is my best work, but it’s definitely …

Basic HTML/CSS Layout

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Share this Post This post is dedicated to the amazing students of the Adams 12 Five Star School District, Title VII Native American Education Program. There is not much instruction on how to use this post unless you are present in our class. However, feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions regarding the use of these …