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A Discussion of Contemporary Native Children's Literature with Authors Traci Sorell and Carla Messinger
For many years, Native people have been silenced, their stories set aside, hidden, or drowned out. That’s why it’s especially critical to read stories about Native characters, told in Native voices. What's equally important is to showcase contemporary Native texts centering Native people in the here and now.

Join us for a webinar on Thursday, November 12th at 4PM ET as we discuss high-quality, #ownvoices and contemporary Native literature, classroom applications, and ways to make sure that you are teaching about modern Native history authentically and accurately in your relevant setting.

Authors Traci Sorell (INDIAN NO MORE), and Carla Messinger (WHEN THE SHADBUSH BLOOMS), will share their insights, experiences and knowledge about their writing processes, tips and strategies for selecting quality Native literature, and applicable classroom activities.

Whether you are an educator, librarian, or parent, this webinar will provide you with tangible steps for analyzing and selecting contemporary Native children's literature for your relevant setting.

Nov 12, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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