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What is cultural appropriation?

Bruegl, Heather (author.).

Summary: "Students will learn about cultural appropriation and its cultural and economic impact on Indigenous peoples. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendent Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds"--

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781668941713
  • ISBN: 9781668940365
  • ISBN: 1668937980
  • ISBN: 9781668937983
  • ISBN: 1668939029
  • ISBN: 9781668939024 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 32 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI : Cherry Lake Press, [2024]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 32) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: What is cultural appropriation? -- What is the history of Indigenous cultural appropriation in the U.S.? -- How is cultural appropriation harmful? -- How is cultural appropriation different than sharing culture? -- How can we be better? -- Extend your learning.
Target Audience Note:
Grades 7-9 Cherry Lake Publishing.
Subject: Indians, Treatment of United States
Cultural appropriation United States

Available copies

  • 3 of 3 copies available at Kenton County.

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  • 0 current holds with 3 total copies.
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Covington Branch J 973.0497 Brue (Text) 33126026325658 J New Nonfiction Available -
Erlanger Branch J 973.0497 Brue (Text) 33126026325633 J New Nonfiction Available -
Independence Branch J 973.0497 Brue (Text) 33126026325641 J New Nonfiction Available -

  • Baker & Taylor
    "Students will learn about cultural appropriation and its cultural and economic impact on Indigenous peoples. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendent Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds"--
  • Cherry Lake Publishing
    Students will learn about cultural appropriation and its cultural and economic impact on Indigenous peoples. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendent Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds.

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