The Persistence of False Equivalents & the Justification of “Indian” Experts – Twitter’ing

I work everyday in some way with BIPOC and persons of European heritage who are working to make the world a better place for all peoples, albeit they may be doing so in quite different ways. It’s a multi-faceted problem our world is facing, so of course, multi-faceted and many-vectored ways are needed to create […]

Mental Exercise While Adding Two Articles/Papers on Academic.edu #NativeAmerican or #Indigenous Studies

Taking some smaller steps to get myself back in gear to polish and submit some of the papers and research reports I did at Montana State University Bozeman, for my Master’s degree in Native American Studies, which I received this year in May 2019. While I have had few papers officially published in journals, as […]

Decolonization of Indigenous Studies: A Voice From Both Sides of the Desk

Read my full article at Academia.edu, although it was originally published Red Rising Magazine and reprinted with permission in “Our School/Our Selves” from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. “From my perspective, indigenous studies is about creating allyship between natives and non-natives, but for everyone to be close to ‘being in the same place’ and […]