Existence is Resistance

Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition is a loosely based coalition of Native American Organizations and individuals, Churches, groups and others, who support Native American and Indigenous treaty and human rights, as well as racial issues on a local and national level.

As a step toward honoring the truth and achieving healing and reconciliation with those indigenous peoples who were affected most by the Doctrine of Discovery and broken treaties, we acknowledge the traditional Shawnee and Myaamia lands on which we now stand, and on which the city of Cincinnati was built.

Teaching Native American History and Culture in the Classroom


Teaching Native American History and Culture in the Classroom

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Teaching Native History and Culture in the Classroom

Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Cincinnati State College in the Main Conference Center

9:30 am          Registration

10am – 2pm  Workshop

All attendees will receive free parking.

Do you want to increase your confidence and ability to teach Native American history and culture in culturally appropriate ways? This hands-on workshop by the National Museum of the American Indian guides participants to examine media and educational materials critically, with an emphasis on social studies-related art activities, and enhance them with student-centered learning opportunities. Participants will effectively identify, access, and use new resources—including materials from the museum's national education initiative, Native Knowledge 360°—to increase inclusion for all students in their classroom. Teachers will also explore the exhibition Our Universes.

Recommended for 4–12 grade teachers of civics, geography, history, and social studies. Classroom resources will be provided. 

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