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leadership of Indigenous Educators

leadership of Indigenous Educators

Week 5

Last week, we highlighted the leadership of Indigenous Educators through film with connections to decolonization, justice, and governance among other topics.

Themes in this weeks focus on Black educator movement builders include an emphasis on topics like as language and power to support movements.

This chapter tells of the importance of autobiographies, especially in the context of histories that promote erasure, such as the experiences of black women within the civil rights era.

Perkins, M. V., & Phelps, C. L. (2000). Autobiography as activism : Three black women of the sixties . University Press of Mississippi.




Womxn in Leadership: Nyema Clark


UN effort around safe spaces as a strategy to address gender based violence. Please use content warnings as necessary



Week 6 Materials

Please review materials. Some are densely written and meant to be used as possible references.

This article focuses on class and race through the lens of gentrification which is a term widely applied in recent terms


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Review of some ways to consider the course themes


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Highlights the importance of supporting businesses from communities more impacted by white supremacy.


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Indigenous midwifery center aims to revitalize birth practices in Pacific Northwest


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A lengthier article on course themes

Urbiola, A., Navas, M., Carmona, C. et al. Social Class also Matters: The Effects of Social Class, Ethnicity, and their Interaction on Prejudice and Discrimination Toward Roma. Race Soc Probl (2022). https://doi-org.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/10.1007/s12552-022-09368-1