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Native American Historical Activism

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August 15+ 18, 6-8pm ET

Katie Singer

By viewing and reading sources surrounding indigenous American activism, we complicate the story often told in classrooms surrounding Native American history. Whether standing up to Indian Boarding Schools or claiming Alcatraz, this class will highlight the agency Indians have carried in this country. Sources will include Sherman Alexie’s Indian Education, “The Occupation of Alcatraz”, and “We Hold the Rock.”

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Katie Singer has a Ph.D. in American Studies from Rutgers University. She specializes in oral history, urban studies, and the Great Migration. Singer’s article on Black church history recently appeared in The Washington Post. Her book on the Great Migration through oral histories is under contract with Rutgers University Press.