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In the Spotlight
Learn about and celebrate Indigenous People' Day with your students. Find even more resources from NK360° and the museum for teaching with Native perspectives.
Unlearning Columbus Day Myths
Bring Indigenous perspectives and more complete narratives to how your students learn about Columbus.
Honoring Original Indigenous Inhabitants
See how Land Acknowledgements can help create learning spaces that are respectful towards Native peoples.
Rethinking How We Celebrate American History—Indigenous Peoples' Day
Learn more about the origins of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and why it matters for all Americans.
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Newly Updated! Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions from teachers and students about Native Americans.

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Paige Pettibon (Black and Salish descent) created this poster to show the “Indigenous and Black community’s support for each other.” Courtesy of the artist.
Paige Pettibon (Black and Salish descent) created this poster to show the “Indigenous and Black community’s support for each other.” Courtesy of the artist.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Black-Indigenous Youth Advancing Social Justice

In celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, hear from youth of blended Black and Native heritage who use art, activism, and policy to advance Black and Indigenous solidarity and affect positive change in their communities.

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