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Indigenous Peoples' History

Co-hosted by experts from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, this webinar will delve into the ways American history instruction often fails to acknowledge—and contributes to—the erasure of Indigenous stories and perspectives.
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Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020

Today is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday still observed as Columbus Day in many states. On this day—and year-round—we hope you’ll commit to teaching the truth about Indigenous history and the experiences of Indigenous peoples. These resources can help.

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Indigenous Peoples' Day 2019

Indigenous Peoples’ Day—still observed as Columbus Day on the federal level—is October 14. These resources can help you celebrate the histories and cultures of Indigenous peoples and Native nations. We hope you’ll make space in your classroom for these important lessons this Monday and throughout the year.

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Indigenous Peoples Day 2018

Indigenous Peoples Day—still observed as Columbus Day in most states—is just a few days away. Use it as an opportunity to set the record straight about Native history and the experiences of Native people today. This edition of The Moment features resources to help you do it.

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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day All Year Long

Indigenous Peoples’ Day is October 11, 2021. We encourage you to uplift contemporary Indigenous cultures and histories by incorporating resources written by and about Indigenous peoples into your curriculum. In these LFJ resources, learn various ways to do this in your classroom—all year long.

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Black, Indigenous and People of Color Mental Health Month

July is Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month. We know school communities and policies that prioritize mental health literacy can create safer spaces where all young people can thrive—especially BIPOC students, who face disparities in mental health care. We hope you’ll commit to reducing stigma and advocating for policy change in your school, this month and year-round.

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The Liberation of Our People

In her speech, Davis calls the people to deeply reflect about American patriotism, the lie that is rooted within this concept. She calls people to make the connection between the Vietnam war, the oppression of Black and Brown people and the exploitation of white workers in the United States.
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Angela Y. Davis
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July 18, 2022
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