On 29-30 June, Society of American Indian/Alaska Native Psychologists Virtual Retreat & Convention

If you have the time and interest, check out the information for Society of American Indian/Alaska Native Psychologists Virtual Retreat & Convention on June 29-30, 2020. On the 29th, I’ll give a presentation on one of my main research topics: Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Natives & Cultural Competency & Support for all ASD persons. Please visit the […]

#NowAvailable at @Vtape – #Documentary “Forget Winnetou!” on Native Stereotypes, #Racism & White Supremacist Ideology

The revolutions and protests we’re seeing around the world today are because issues like these have been minimized and ignored for too long. Accurate history and self-representation have not been taught by those who made themselves dominant through violence then conveniently tried to erase their history of genocide, enslavement & capitalist greed, resulting in the […]

New date! 14-15 September – Seminar “Becoming and Teaching Human Beings: Critical Indigenous Perspectives”

New date 14-15 September! Social distancing & quarantine protests despite mass illness from #CoVid19? Minimization/dismissal of high death rates in some groups and ethnicities? Western values of self-interest/self above all else despite causing harm vs. Indigenous perspectives of personal responsibility and collective goodness/awareness. These are at the heart of the on-going pandemic and economic crisis, […]

Ring Side Seats: The Alabama April Tornadoes

Originally posted on Red Haircrow:
The city was dark and silent beyond anything it had known in recent history. Even the stars seemed concerned, reluctant to show until early morning hours. With distressing finality, a hum and muffled thump, all electricity had ceased. A gloomy, ominous sky had brooded between gouts of blinding rain, lightening,…