An Expansive Approach to the Omitted His-tory of the Brown and Dark-Skinned Peoples of North America
Until now, history has been written by colonizers whose objective was to establish and institute white dominance and supremacy over all the inhabitants of these lands. This has led to a loss of factual relevance in our educational systems which emphasizes colonial propaganda over factual historical data. Indigenous Education was established to address this and to offer a fact-based alternative perspective of the history of the brown and dark skinned indigenous population of the United States that many history books omitted.
Upon completion of this course, students will begin to: Gain a comprehension of the human existence on the continent of North America and some of the contributions those populations attained before the arrival of the European; Develop a better understanding of slavery during colonial times; Develop skills to recognize propaganda in historical writings and; Examine the laws and policies which changed the identity of the indigenous population particularly of the Southeast.
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