‘Ohana and ‘Āina: Connecting Family, Farming, and Freedom
Join 16-year-old high school student Jade Onaka in this animated video as she explores her family’s history to learn about the farming practices and Indigenous food systems that sustained Hawaiians for generations.
A Family Finds Freedom Through Lakota Language
Winona Little Owl narrates her family’s story of learning their Native language, Lakota, and how the journey helped them reclaim their freedom.
A Multigenerational Effort to Eliminate a Racist Mascot
How one school district decided it was time for change and navigated choosing a new mascot.
Centering the Native Experience in the Classroom
Guilford County Schools educator Stephen Bell (Lumbee Nation) shares seven tips about incorporating Indigenous perspectives authentically in your classroom.
When Will History Be Taught Honestly?
If students are to explore America's unvarnished history and grapple with its consequences, teachers must dislodge long-held narratives. Will it take a generation?
Building Indigenous Futures for Ourselves and Our Nations
How Native educators are combatting the erasure of Indigenous perspectives in the classroom, and ensuring Native students are seen and heard.
Responding to the Pandemic’s Impact on Native Students
Native educators are confronting COVID-19 in their communities with compassion and resilience.
It's Past Time to Eliminate Racist Native Mascots
Native communities and allies have pushed to remove Native mascots from sports teams for decades. This work has never been more important for Teach For America and our students.
High Schoolers on What Success Means to Them
In their own words, four students define success and the tools they need to achieve it. Note to grown-ups: It's not about the money.