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Failure to conduct yourself in a manner respectful to

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and in all venues—including e-mail and discussion boards. Failure to conduct yourself in a manner respectful to all members of the class as well as the instructor will result in appropriate action. Make-Up Policy: Make-up opportunities will be provided only in the event of serious illness or family emergencies (documentation required), and times will be arranged at the instructor’s discretion. Contacting the Instructor: Please only use bblearn email, instead of nau.edu email addresses, to contact the instructor and the graduate assistant, that way all emails are kept in one place and can be responded to as quickly as possible. Do not hesitate to email if you have questions or concerns, but please do so as soon as the issue arises instead of after the fact. Content/Topics and Schedule : All assignments and materials are on Bb Learn. DAY TOPIC/MATERIALS ASSIGNMENT S 1 Introduction/Stereotypes Read: Read Corntassel et al. 2008 and Fleming 2007 View IP and the UN at website: eo.aspx Discussion Post Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations Due 5/14 Discussion Post Stereotypes Due 5/14 2 Poverty and Well-Being Read: Sarche and Spicer 2008 Discussion Post Poverty 4
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Go To: nous_peoples View: We Shall Remain: After the Mayflower Health and Wellbeing Due 5/15 News Clip 1 Due 5/15 We Shall Remain Questions #1 Due 5/15 3 Culture View: Native American Religions In Light of Reverence Read: Watkins 2005 Discussion Post Due In Light of Reverence 5/16 Discussion Post Due Culture and Religion 5/16 4 Culture View: Coming to Light Discussion Post Due Coming to Light 5/17 News Clip 2 Due 5/17 5 Environment View: We Shall Remain: Tecumseh Read Smithson 2009 Go to: Go to Discussion Post Due Indigenous Environment al Network 5/18 We Shall Remain Questions #2 Due 5/18 6 Environment View: Homeland Go to: keefe Discussion Post Due Environment al Issues 5/21 News Clip 3 Due 5/21 5
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7 Education View: In Rabbit Proof Fence We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears Read: Discussion Post Due Boarding Schools 5/22 We Shall Remain Questions #3 Due 5/22 8 Education Read: Native Education 101 View Discussion Post Due Language and Education 5/23 News Clip 4 Due 5/23 Arizona Tribal Nation Research Paper Due 5/23 9 Health Read: ? lvl=2&lvlID=52 Maize of Injustice 2008 View: Geronimo Discussion Post Due Health Disparities 5/24 We Shall Remain Questions #4 Due 5/24 10 Health Watch Whose Plants Are They Anyway? Read: Roberts 2003 - methods-still-important-to-native-healers Discussion Post Due Health Care and Alternative Medicine 5/25 News Clip 5 Due 5/25 11 Human Rights and Policy Discussion 6
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Read: UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Deloria 1974 (Chapter 5) View:
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