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Indigenous history has a direct impact on the people and history of Michigan, yet it is one of the most omitted and inaccurately told stories. Honestly telling the story of the Anishnaabek, and other tribes in the United States, is difficult yet necessary to explain where we are as a people today. This conversation will look at some of the challenging facts of native history and offer guidance on bringing this information into the classroom.
Presenter: Eric Hemenway, Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians
Learn about Marshall Collin’s experiences dealing with racism while growing up in both Florida and Northern Michigan, and how he supports schools grappling with the challenges of culturally responsive teaching and learning.
Presenter: Marshall Collins, Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District
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