Month: September 2018 Articles

For the Wisdom of the Children: Strengthening the Teacher of Color Pipeline

A child dips her feet in Wheatfields Lake on the Navajo Reservation at sunrise and wonders what lies beneath.  A young boy walks through the forests of Menominee Nation, shaded by tall green trees, surrounded by the stories and history of this sacred environmental wonder. 

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