A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving for Educators and Families

This guide includes: Teaching Approaches, Lesson Plans / Study Guides, Native American Perspectives, Contributions and Celebrations, Historical Resources, Resources for Families, and a Book List.

A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving for Educators and Families
Compiled by Border Crossers |  Link to original document

Teaching Approaches

Lesson Plans/ Study Guides

Native American Perspectives, Contributions and Celebrations

Historical Resources

Resources for Families

Book Lists

2 thoughts on “A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving for Educators and Families”

  1. This Thanksgiving at least four different media, including one Native American author (on NPR), relied on or interviewed me, James W. Loewen, owing to Chapter 3, “The Truth About The First Thanksgiving,” of my book, LIES MY TEACHER TOLD ME. In view of the popularity of LIES in “Indian Country,” as well as in teaacher education circles, don’t you think you should list it somewhere on this website?
    Thank you for your consideration. — Jim Loewen

    1. Hi Mr. Loewen,
      We were not aware of this and reposted the article. Could you please send us the correct citation so we can update our post? We don’t control the source doc but can edit the post on our site. Thanks.

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