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Education in Movement Spaces

Standing Rock to Chicago Freedom Square, 1st Edition

Edited by Alayna Eagle Shield, Django Paris, Rae Paris, Timothy San Pedro

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168 pages | 1 B/W Illus.

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Description

This book amplifies the distinct, intersecting, and coalitional possibilities of education in the spaces of ongoing movements for Native and Black liberation. Contributors highlight the importance of activist-oriented teaching and learning in community encampments and other movement spaces for the preservation and expansion of resistance education. With chapters from scholars, educators, and organizers, this volume offers lessons taken from these experiences for nation-state schools, classrooms, and spaces of teaching and learning that are most commonly experienced by Native and Black children and educators. Through attention to recent social movements across the United States—from Standing Rock to Black Lives Matter—this book demonstrates the vital connections between Native and Black communities’ educational futures.

Table of Contents

Contents

Series Editor Introduction

Chapter 1 On Teaching, Learning, and Being in Native and Black Movement Spaces

Alayna Eagle Shield, Django Paris, Rae Paris, and Timothy San Pedro

SECTION 1: BLACK AND INDIGENOUS SOLIDARITIES

Chapter 2 For Water, Love, and Liberation: We Learned Together

Kelly Hayes

Chapter 3 Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies in the Project of Black and Indigenous Solidarities on Turtle Island

Django Paris

Chapter 4 Covenant: A Short Play

Kristiana Rae Colón

SECTION 2: DEFENDING THE WATERS AND LANDS: EDUCATION AT STANDING ROCK

Chapter 5 We Remember: Reflections from Students of Mní Wičhóni Nakíčižiŋ Owáyawa

Frankie Jo Archambault, Maurine Archambault, Shawnee Rae Black Elk, Shaylena Black Elk, and Shelby Black Elk

Chapter 6 Naǧí Uŋkíčhopi (Calling our Spirits Back) Through Language and Culture from Očhéthi Šakówiŋ and Beyond

Alayna Eagle Shield

Chapter 7 Rezilience: Education and Healing as Resistance at Standing Rock

renée holt

Chapter 8 Reflecting on Six Months Teaching and Learning to Defend the Water

Alayna Eagle Shield, Teresa Dzieglewicz, Jose Zagney, Steve Tamayo, and Blaze Starkey

Chapter 9 Pedagogy of Solidarity: Hope and Promise from Indigenous Movement Spaces

Jeremy Garcia, Valerie Shirley, Sweeney Windchief, and Timothy San Pedro

Chapter 10 #NoDAPL as Pedagogy: Bringing the movement into the university classroom

Adrienne Keene, (ᏣᎳᎩᎯ ᎠᏰᎵ, Cherokee Nation)

SECTION 3: BREATHING LIBERATION: EDUCATION AT CHICAGO FREEDOM SQUARE & BEYOND

Chapter 11 Ghosts of Black Captivity and the Curriculum of Freedom Square

Horace R. Hall

Chapter 12 How ‘An Open Letter of Love to Black Students: #BlackLivesMatter’ Came to Be

Rae Paris

Chapter 13 On Prison Abolition

Crystal T. Laura

Afterword: After-words of the Otherwise

Sandy Grande

Contributor Biographies

About the Editors

Alayna Eagle Shield is a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. She is currently a doctoral student and research assistant in the Banks Center for Educational Justice at the University of Washington.

Django Paris is the James A. and Cherry A. Banks Professor of Multicultural Education and director of the Banks Center for Educational Justice at the University of Washington.

Rae Paris is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Washington.

Timothy San Pedro is an Associate Professor of Multicultural & Equity Studies in Education at The Ohio State University.

About the Series

Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General