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(PDF READ) [An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)] ¼ Debbie Reese

This is a necessary read for all I ve learned "so much and it s inspired me to learn Thought provoking and belief unraveling Learning this history can help us "much and it s inspired me to learn Thought provoking and belief unraveling Learning this history can help us become informed empathetic and drivers of change Great text for teachers librarians and anyone else who educates oung people the uestions and sidebars here are built for discussion in the classroom Highly recommended This is the type of book I wish I read before taking AP US History instead of the biography about Thomas Jefferson I had to readThis book covers a wide breadth of detail discussing the origins and conseuences of colonization as well as uprisings and Indigenous figures I had never heard of before Two activist movements this book covered in great detail was the occupation of Alcatraz in the 1960s which I hadn t heard of until reading this book and Standing Rock which is covered brilliantly in the conclusion One thing I wish the book had discussed were the boarding schools which were mentioned in half of Chapter 9 I want to research those after finishing this bookThis book was an excellent read and I would give it 45 stars While I did read the Lippenbekenntnisse young readers edition it really can be read at any age andou will be sure to learn something new from it A great intro and start into unlearning much of history that we ve been taught since we were children and learning the truth through the lens of those who were here to being with As an educator I can see where many parts of this work could be incorporated into lessons and units within social studies and English I liked the consider this and did ou know side bars that would ask the reader to stop and reflect or highlight something little known within the chapter Lots of maps and pictures helped break up the overall narrative of the text Definitely could see a history nerd liking this as pleasure reading but mostly see it being a solid resource text to use instead of a white washed history book I don t know why I was shocked by this but this book does not shy from how violent colonizers were to Indigenous people during the forced creation of the US I m so embarrassed that I grew up in freaking Oklahoma and still didn t uite get some things until I read this book Throughout each chapter readers are constantly and rightfully so reminded at how even in Things Like Famous Musicals The Fact That We Re Living like famous musicals the fact that we re living land that Native Americans were violently and forcibly removed from is often ignored romanticized glossed over and just portrayed as flat out wrong I m curious as to what the huge differences between this YA adaptation and the original work are I highly recommend this account of United States Spanning than 400 ears this classic bottom up history told from the perspective of indigenous peoples explodes our national origin myths for Impossible Things young adult and middle grade readersThis new version of An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States brings a painful but necessary reframing of our history toounger readers and teachers looking to better understa. ,


Ith words that readers would recognize as the noble and heroic American Myth used to justify imperial colonialist power discussed in Chapter 7 Sea to Shining SeaThe American nation was carved out of the vast frontier by the toughest strongest fierce nonfictionhistory indigenousnative American perspectivesAs I expected there was much I didn t know about American "HISTORY THAT REALLY SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN OUR TEXTBOOKS "that really should be included in our textbooks was pretty comprehensive sometimes a bit overwhelmingly so and unfortunately it freuently read like a dry textbook I could only manage about a chapter a day but it s still worthwhile an important resource for information that we just don t get in very many places though I don we just don t get in very many places though I don think it s necessarily great for most kids casual reading I would recommend it to kids who like history or kids with a special interest in Native Americans and First NationsI really liked the suggested reading list on the back featuring Indigenous authors as opposed to outsiders pretending to know about native customs and containing various errors and stereotypesbias and will need to add some of them to my to read list I am including the entire list below because I think this online community of readers should have easy access to it as well note that I ve only so far read readers should have easy access to it as well note that I ve only so far read few of these but I figure the authors recommended list is much better than anything I could come up with on my own While this book will not be an exhaustive history of Indigenous peoples in America it is an excellent overview and springboard for learning that helps to put different aspects of history into a coherent narrative And what is it that 45 stars rounded upI am not an educator but I come from a family of teachers and I will be recommending this book to all of them This book tackles a difficult mammoth subject and makes it access Disclosure I received this book for free from Goodreads This is probably the most thorough honest history book I have ever come across aside from the works of Mr Howard Zinn I recommend it for all students at an appropriate comprehension level It s a necessary companion to balance out any traditionalcurrently taughtEuro centric history studies If one is in the States then as far as I m concerned this should be considered de rigueur It will definitely provide food for both thought discussion It will also assist in providing a broader complete idea of the underpinnings of society how we all arrived at the current spot we are occupying in the history of the world This is a history we need to hear Well written chock full of information explanations well placed uestion prompts for those all important thoughts discussions. IdentityThe original academic text is fully adapted by renowned curriculum experts Debbie Reese and Jean Mendoza for middle grade and oung adult readers to include discussion topics archival images original maps timelines a glossary recommendations for further reading and other materials to encourage students to think critically about their own place in histor.

Summary An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)

Istory because it s told from the perspective of peoples who often are erased from our national stories It s also well written and engaging with sidebars that invite oung often are erased from our national stories It s also well written and engaging with sidebars that invite oung to think critically and take action for social justice This book dismantles the notion that North America was an uninhabited wilderness when European colonizers arrived in what is now the United States Descriptions of complex pre Columbian civilizations are followed by accounts of organized what is now the United States Descriptions of complex pre Columbian civilizations are followed by accounts of organized to subjugate Indigenous populations in the interest of turning their lands over to white colonizers It ends with an account of the Standing Rock protests in the 2010s "and draws parallels between this nation s previous treatment of Native "draws parallels between this nation s previous treatment of Native and its response to their demands to protect their land and water supplies from an oil pipeline I had read the ueer History for Young People by Beacon a while back and have multiple copies of this one in our library but hadn t gotten to it in part because it was freuently checked out I was able to settle in and digest the book which is a retelling of the adult version which I haven t read I try to read both but don t know when I ll get to that one specifically because there was already so much to learn in this one My biggest takeaway was certainly the continual lack of transparency communication and understanding for Indigenous people FROM THE START and the continual misdeeds to put it lightly of the government when issues are still occurring the last chapter is about Standing Rock I am indebted to the continual use of the did ou know and other text boxes throughout the book to explore a topic whether it was definitions or breakout topics This allowed me to freeze for a moment and really think It s focused and indexed with sections on each part of the United States Mexico and Canada to know where Indigenous people were BEFORE colonization while also including Indigenous of the Hawaiian islands and Alaska It flowed nicely and as any good book for Criminal Juries in the 21st Century: Psychological Science and the Law (American Psychology-Law Society Series) young people made freuent references to we ll get to that or asou read in chapter 3 to help connect the dots I m indebted to those that live this history and write about it for others The 12 ear old and I learned so much about Indigenous peoples history in the US from this book and I would absolutely recommend it to all middle grade and YA readers One thing the book recommends is for readers to turn knowledge into action by letting others know if the media misrepresents history I had no idea that we would recognize the misrepresentation of history so soon after reading the book The very next day President Trump closed his State of the Union address Nd the legacy of Indigenous peoples' resistance resilience and continued struggle against imperialism Going beyond the story of America as a country discovered by a few brave men in the New World indigenous human rights advocate Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz reveals the roles that settler colonialism and policies of American Indian genocide played in forming our national.
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An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)


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    Debbie Reese ¹ 6 Free read (PDF READ) [An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)] ¼ Debbie Reese While this book will not be an exhaustive history of Indigenous peoples in America it is an excellent overview and springboard for learning that helps to put different aspects of history into a coherent narrative And what is it that e

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    (PDF READ) [An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)] ¼ Debbie Reese Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Debbie Reese Summary An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2) I had read the ueer History for Young People by Beacon a while back and have multiple copies of this one in our library but hadn't gotten to

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    Debbie Reese ¹ 6 Free read Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Debbie Reese Summary An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2) I highly recommend this account of United States history because it's told from the perspective of peoples who o

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    Debbie Reese ¹ 6 Free read Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Debbie Reese Summary An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2) A great intro and start into unlearning much of history that we’ve been taught since we were children and learning the truth through the lens of those who were here to being with As an educator I can see where many parts of this work could be incorporated into lessons and units within social studies and English I liked the “co

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    Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Debbie Reese Debbie Reese ¹ 6 Free read Summary An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2) This is the type of book I wish I read before taking AP US History instead of the biography about Thomas Jefferson I had to readThis book covers a wide breadth of detail discussing the origins and conseuences of colonization as well as uprisings and Indigenous figures I had never heard of before Two activist movements this book covered in great detail was the occupation of Alcatraz in the 1960s which I hadn’t heard of

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    (PDF READ) [An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning American History for Young People Book 2)] ¼ Debbie Reese This is a necessary read for all I've learned so much and it's inspired me to learn Thought provoking and belief unraveling Learning this history can help us all become informed empathetic and drivers of change Great text fo

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