New Lesson – Narratives of Native Nations: Indigenous Representation in the News
Posted by The Pulitzer Center on November 19, 2019
November is National Native American Heritage Month. This lesson highlights injustices committed against Native Americans by exploring issues of broken treaties and federal recognition. Students consider: What stories about Indigenous communities are going under-reported, and what can you do to help make these stories more visible in your own life and in your community?
For more lessons centering Indigenous stories in the U.S. and around the world, see:
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