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Symposium on Bridging the Past and Future: Improving Library Services for the Native American Community - Shared screen with speaker view
River Freemont
58:54
Thank you so much Ashley. Fellow urban Indian here, I appreciate the representation!
Laura Zuckerman
59:38
What is the best way to offer a Little Free Library Parntership>
Marquita Sanchez
59:39
What did you find the best way to gather with all the elders in one spot?
Laura Zuckerman
01:00:21
www.sdcl.org/LFL
denise fourie
01:00:23
ashley are there any general interest periodicals in print form that you could recommend on Native Americans that we could purchase for a library browsing collection
Laura Zuckerman
01:00:40
The San Diego County Library has a new Little Free Libraries Initiative
Laura Zuckerman
01:00:43
we have them
Chris Kyauk
01:01:03
For California Libraries, we've purchased subscriptions from: http://newsfromnativecalifornia.com/
Laura Zuckerman
01:01:04
we offer them to our partners for free
Laura Zuckerman
01:01:26
Yes, we partner with the San Diego council on Literacy...new beautiful books
Laura Zuckerman
01:01:29
Thank you so much!
Naomi Bishop
01:01:46
Smithsonian Magazine often features Native people and stories.
Marquita Sanchez
01:02:18
thank you
Anthony Chow (SJSU iSchool Director)
01:02:18
Thanks, Laura. Here's the website: https://myreadingnation.com/
Anthony Chow (SJSU iSchool Director)
01:02:35
Please reach out to me so we can potentially collaborate - a.chow@sjsu.edu
denise fourie
01:02:46
great, thank you
Mindy Linder
01:03:06
Thank you, Dr. Minner for sharing with us this morning!
Naomi Bishop
01:03:10
There are also Tribal Newspapers and magazines from Native non-profits and a Tribal college journal
Valarie Kingsland
01:03:36
You may learn more about the Little Free Library nonprofit at https://littlefreelibrary.org. You may also contact me at vkingsland@littlefreelibrary.org and I'll help in any way I can.
Duane Yazzie
01:03:54
And resources available from Dr. Debbie Reese :-)
Laura Zuckerman
01:05:14
Thank you so much...very grateful
River Freemont
01:07:15
Dang, I guess those Lumbee really do value education! So impressive ya’ll.
Peter Chaffe (he/him)
01:12:12
Does the Lumbee Nation have a active language or would you describe it as a 'sleeping language' one that needs to be awoken?
Ashley Minner (she/her)
01:20:51
@Peter, Lumbee people from tribal territory speak a dialect of English. There is actually a Lumbee English Dictionary. Our people are frequently the subject of linguistic studies.
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
01:21:46
Peter Chaffe we have a unique dialect, but no longer have an active language it was lost through contact with others in the survival of our people for more about our unique dialect:
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
01:21:56
https://www.facebook.com/howlwithanaccent/photos/basw.AboABitEMTF2zxCI_eFuytj5A6OgRMKBsA4OfsXBm89EA2hfMinAr6SC-RAZFOV4n4IdBzYr1KGqlJJs0I6zoZJCFn2IAWgFkWfe_h33IsfD9fBsnOFWsISiuMLcgTDn2lQo7XlfZEKOCFEKzfIW_bty/2966150237032249/?opaqueCursor=AboMkYpO_00bUWU4kDgi03dbPR-TphEWBw_bEle9i1KRXJREbkZQsrRnt9bXHZqkDmCKuwtVUKvHRcjM1TwH8Ab8GO-RYYiUSscVg61IsVNyVblhr7yV4AW8e03SsHMF4gDv8EzwkTcGqs8uAwsU9nCiCuDXfgAZa5Fc1SS-9SegoOlN5bwIhPHrFD-Shb2P6SbvuYS4JluHusBerWG8mh21fkHyQZeMBfARWkhFpNAFrOlabBMvkxg0pDGmjjl9E36JlJBtD3bf7VQH0CE8hQkudjp1SFFQJ3HRzTSqQ7qXIAXoTn0awLHHsv5PqH7O46om_mMbw0RpGXR29ZMCK3sbTpnIOKYsq7jO5vjxMTVC20WZ4DQXEcu1Crq3PmrsHlAe-qY0oYI9tL_Fbxvr0Gj3DkaYSyUb7fC1MOlzei8aOo2M1713YmygwG--xui5cp1SkskjthiI-z7-xhibpgqoJTjpNa_kB6al6a6rqbXH3wusr3oGZIBCKaxNJJP3kLnhUEq8P8CS96zUSAMNu0DwDnG91IUzYN7nCpcVUklSlHkMFE_NzeGGbklPt4JY7AU7m0GBxK3CifFjgrc26gwWW1MslnEnqcvIrY7EjCTSsD6TewSC50eebXFpQBieNGLOSBLoEfQh-d7SOLkhJf0e-cYw_rPWLNFxmmF2cTg5pfkXrSE0G7JSThIjSUX53Q62F9mZQiq3Tb1jNjKy368D
Peter Chaffe (he/him)
01:22:14
Ashely Thank you for this clarification - Peter
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
01:22:26
Video link about the Lumber Dialect: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DJjneAABc1E8%26fbclid%3DIwAR3MjRr3N7XeSTSSX_KFpg2FiePMAyWwvZkRm4SwPsHPHmmgRw1YibQlz3g&h=AT2MzS0wByjf3hIMZ8fG1e1Gs3riqaHuCUvVr7-kkORBZd4pozJVkbMQwej8_6roHoQgNc3rxMTZy3G-C6J2o-27SgmKbSnI1z4ZBJHsFRtZSpjhaS4iTQDfSf7sJiQdAe2eCIlwUpgGzroa3SNkcyA&__tn__=-UK*F
Ashley Minner (she/her)
01:28:16
One lesson that comes up again and again in our conversations with Lumbee elders in Baltimore is that we are not victims, but survivors and nimble adaptationists.
iSchool Zoom Support
01:28:51
Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A9YNzyGyNAFScJMt_t8UkLeSoWyvMDw0bPZcUl7D7Tw/edit
Peter Chaffe (he/him)
01:50:20
Thank you all for your input and shared knowledge - Peter
Marquita Sanchez
01:51:30
has there been any work on getting a new curriculum, new books with POV by Natives of this land for public education to start initiating or starting in schools?
peggy cabrera
01:51:57
thank you everyone!
Valarie Kingsland
01:52:02
Quyanna, everyone!
Laurie Buchholz
01:52:03
thank you so much!
Ashley Minner (she/her)
01:52:04
Thank you everyone
Braith Birchhall
01:52:06
Thank you so much, this was fabulous!
Beth Wrenn-Estes
01:52:08
So valuable and insightful.
Laura Zuckerman
01:52:14
Thank you so much...wonderful!
Debbie Reese
01:52:20
Thanks! Terrific session! Staying on for more.
Debbie Reese
01:53:11
Hi Sheila! And Valerie, and Naomi!
Ashley Minner (she/her)
01:55:41
Kudos to Ms. Lynette Dial!
Sheila Gurtu
01:56:03
Hi Debbie!!!
Sheila Gurtu
01:56:12
Hi Debbie!
Valarie Kingsland
01:58:13
Culturally Responsive Guidelines for Alaska Public Librarieshttps://akla.org/about/publications/culturally-responsive-guidelines
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
01:59:54
Someone asked about American Indian Curriculum resources:
Marquita Sanchez
02:01:01
Yes, I did
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
02:02:12
1) https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360; 2) https://wisconsinfirstnations.org/; 3) NCDPI’s resources: https://www.dpi.nc.gov/students-families/student-support/american-indian-education/culturally-responsive-instructional-resources-teaching-american-indians and there are so many other resources
Marquita Sanchez
02:02:50
Thank you @Kim for the resources
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
02:03:26
You are most welcome!
Naomi Bishop
02:04:12
Many states are developing curriculum so I would check your state education department to see if they have resources. There are resources from NMAI Native 360 https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360
Naomi Bishop
02:05:26
https://www.csus.edu/college/education/engagement/california-indian-coalition-curriculum.html
Naomi Bishop
02:05:48
https://californianativecurriculum.org/
Marquita Sanchez
02:06:25
thank you @NaomiBishop for the additional resources and will look into trying to get those resources here :-)
Duane Yazzie
02:06:56
With respect to the question about curriculum, I would encourage you to contact tribal communities, especially community schools and/or charter schools who often develop their own culturally-specific curriculum which is both placed-based and language-based.
Naomi Bishop
02:08:01
yes! look up local tribal education offices or school districts for specific curriculum to Tribal Nations.
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
02:09:19
AMEN Lynette
peggy cabrera
02:09:29
true that lynette!
Duane Yazzie
02:10:31
Yes, we constantly tailor our work and services to an ever-changing landscape of library users.
Marquita Sanchez
02:11:40
Beautiful words, thank you for you and all your family before to everyone here
Naomi Bishop
02:13:56
thank you Lynette!
Malinda Lowery
02:19:23
Amen @Naomi!
Naomi Bishop
02:29:41
Free Health Information https://medlineplus.gov/
Ashley Minner (she/her)
02:35:51
We LOVE Molly of Denali!
Malinda Lowery
02:37:25
I feel like if Natives can find each other wherever we are, then there are plenty of resources available to non-Natives who want to engage with our communities.
Jung Ah Lee
02:37:44
Thank you!
Malinda Lowery
02:37:52
Amazing everyone!! Thank you for sharing so much.
Ashley Minner (she/her)
02:37:58
Thank you everyone!
Shar Murphy
02:38:02
Thank you for the incredible information & sharings! Insightful.
Beth Wrenn-Estes
02:38:02
Thank you so very much
Marquita Sanchez
02:38:03
Thank you, thank you, omateo
Lydia Wacasey
02:38:04
Thank you all so much!
Valarie Kingsland
02:38:04
Quyanna to everyone. I learned so much and enjoyed what you shared!
Shelby King
02:38:08
This has been incredible! Thank you all so much!
River Freemont
02:38:17
So much gratitude. Thank you all.
Gary McCone
02:38:20
Thanks for all the information
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
02:38:54
Thanks audience for your attention and patience. So much knowledge shared! Grateful to all the panelists!
Duane Yazzie
02:39:01
‘Ahéhee nitsaago…thank you very much, everyone!
Shelley Stash
02:39:01
Thank you everyone. I enjoyed hearing the panel and info.
Jody Cummings
02:39:02
Thanks everyone. Really enjoyed today's discussions.
Jen May
02:39:05
thank you so much. this was extremely informative and helpful. i very much appreciate your time and experience.
Jillian Hinchliffe
02:39:32
Thank you very much for this illuminating morning!
Ana Herrera
02:39:45
Thank you for such great information!
Kim Sellers (Reading Nation, Lumbee Tribe, UNCP)
02:39:49
Thank you everyone it is a pleasure to be considered among you fine individuals!