Contemporary Issues

$18.00 each
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My Home As I Remember

An anthology of visual art, poetry and short stories from Native women in the United States and Canada, Mexico, and New Zealand.

$80.00 each
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Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encyclopedia

All teachers who are teaching anything about “Native Americans” should draw from this single-volume encyclopedia.

$30.00 each
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Native America: Portrait of the Peoples

Contains social and political commentary and provocative essays.

$18.00 each
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Native American Testimony: A Chronicle of Indian-White Relations from Prophecy to the Present, 1492-2000

An important history of Native-white relations seen through Indian eyes and told through Indian voices. 

$18.00 each
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Navajo Women: Sáanii

A snapshot of women living the iiná, or life as it is said in Navajo. 

$20.00 each
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Overweight with Crooked Teeth

This short film is guaranteed to generate a lot of discussion between teachers and students.

$18.50 each
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Playing Indian

Since even before the Boston Tea Party, white people have been “playing Indian.”  Deloria chronicles and analyzes the the “wannabe” movement.

$18.00 each
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Power and Place: Indian Education in America

15 essays look at the complex issues facing Native students, from preschool through college.

$28.00 each
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Precious Knowledge: Arizona’s Battle Over Ethnic Studies

Illustrates what motivates Tucson High School students and teachers to the front line of an epic civil rights battle.

$22.00 each
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Questions & Swords: Folktales of the Zapatista Revolution

A refreshing take on the EZLN rebellion, that makes this complicated history accessible via folktales.

$11.00 each
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Rabbit Proof Fence (book)

True story of three little girls, part of the “stolen generations” kidnapped from their families and brought Aboriginal residential schools.

$13.00 each
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Red Woman with Backward Eyes and Other Stories

Ten short stories of contemporary Indian life in which middle readers can engage issues like alcoholism and family dysfunction.

$30.00 each
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Reel Injun: On the Trail of the Hollywood Indian

An entertaining and provocative look at Hollywood’s depiction of Native Americans through a century of cinema.

$22.00 each
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Reinventing the Enemy’s Language: Contemporary Native Women’s Writings of North America

This anthology of 80 Native women writers from more than 50 nations reflects the complexities of using language as a weapon of resistance.

$17.00 each
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Rethinking Columbus: The Next 500 Years: Resources for Teaching About the Impact of the Arrival of Columbus in the Americas

Will change the way you view Columbus and those who followed. More than that, it will change how you view history in general.

$7.00 each
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Rising Voices: Writings of Young Native Americans

Words of young contemporary Native Americans, words of protest against oppression, poems of pain, and cries for lost identities.

$25.00 each
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Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer: A Story of Survival

Hedge Coke bears witness to the alcoholism, insanity, rape and domestic violence, connecting her personal suffering with Indian struggles to survive diaspora.

$17.00 each
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Selu: Seeking the Corn Mother’s Wisdom

Rooted in the old stories of Selu, the Cherokee Corn Mother, Awiakta suggests ways that ancient wisdoms apply to contemporary issues.

$22.00 each
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Slash

Through the fictionalized memoir of young Okanagan activist-by-chance Tommy Kelasket—aka “Slash”—Amstrong puts a human face on the aboriginal struggle for land, culture and community.

$20.00 each
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Smoke Signals

Critically acclaimed and a distinguished winner at the Sundance Film Festival, Smoke Signals follows Victor Joseph (Beach) and his dweeby friend Thomas Builds-the-Fire (Adams) on a cross-country trip to pick up the ashes of Victor's father. 

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