PSU Prof. Cornel Pewewardy speaks about Native Americans

The 10 AM Main Event Details:

As a Native American, Cornel Pewewardy, tells his students, “Columbus didn’t discover us.” For the director of PSU’s Native American Studies program, it’s a way of teaching students to think critically about U.S. history, tribal sovereignty, identity politics, and negative ethnic stereotypes. Pewewardy’s efforts were recognized by the National Indian Education Association, which named him its 2009 Teacher of the Year.

For more info on PSU Prof. Cornel Pewewardy, you can see some of his works here:

--> "Dispelling the Mascot Myth: The Misuse of Indigenous Peoples as Mascots in AmericanSchools" at http://tinyurl.com/lsrc6mg
--> "Why Educators Can't Ignore Indian Mascots" at http://aistm.org/cornel.why.educators.htm
--> Musical works at http://www.main.nc.us/wncceib/Pewewardybiomusic.htm

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  • Larry

    Another commitment

    October 26, 2013

  • Larry

    Sounds interesting

    October 13, 2013

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