Native and Hmong Elders and Educators: Build Relationships, Cultures



The symposium seeks to be a resource for educators and gives participants the opportunity to meet Native and Hmong elders and educators, build relationships, provide a solid resource base to learn about Native and Hmong cultures, contemporary and historical issues, sovereignty, Indigenous educational practices, identify bias, privilege and stereotypes and authenticate resources to infuse a more meaningful and inclusive curriculum within a context of critical multicultural pedagogy to address problems in education and current issues.

A memorial in front of Fresno County Court House commemorating Hmong service.

Community Calendar April

April 7-10
Native American and Hmong Indigenous Ed. Symposium

The symposium seeks to be a resource for educators and gives participants the opportunity to meet Native and Hmong elders and educators, build relationships, provide a solid resource base to learn about Native and Hmong cultures, contemporary and historical issues, sovereignty, Indigenous educational practices, identify bias, privilege and stereotypes and authenticate resources to infuse a more meaningful and inclusive curriculum within a context of critical multicultural pedagogy to address problems in education and current issues. If you have any questions regarding the conference or distribution please contact  Matthew Stewart at Widening the Circle at 608-498-9903‚ or:? indigenouseducation@gmail.com. Or visit: www.edtech.uwlax.edu/ocs/index.php/wtc/tes.

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