Local Community & Advocacy Resources
Amah Mutsun Land Trust: Restoring indigenous knowledge and practices to Popeloutchom - our ancestral lands. Includes research and restoration projects
The Amah Mutsun Relearning Program at the UCSC Arboretum: Collaborative effort to assist the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band in their efforts of cultural revitalization, recuperation and relearning of dormant culture knowledge, and environmental justice
One example of a local Land Acknowledgement from UCSC
Continue to diversify your classroom libraries with quality children's literature and titles that don't just focus on trauma, but also the joy and everyday living of First Nation peoples. Try Good Minds Books, featuring First Nations, Metis, and Intuit Books as a starting place.
National & International Advocacy Resources
Native American Studies Model Curriculum from the San Diego County Office of Education: help develop lesson plans, primary source documents, planning resources, teaching strategies, and professional development activities to assist educators in teaching about Native American Studies. Also see Native American Studies Model Curriculum from Humboldt County Office of Education.