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In this blog, we explore some of the parts of the Lac du Flambeau Project that have come together in a Road Map, designed to help pre-service and practicing teachers and the wider community better understand the colonial and neocolonial history and current cultural experiences of the Native Wisconsin experience,

This Road Map focuses on the Lac du Flambeau community, the ways in which cultural hegemony has contributed to the past and present inequities the community has experienced, and the hope that community activism is bringing about.

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Cultural Hegemony During the Coronavirus Pandemic
During the coronavirus pandemic, knowledge of how cultural hegemony works is incredibly …
An Overview of the Lac du Flambeau Curriculum Research & Course Materials
During the LDF project, we took 8 pre-service teacher volunteers enrolled in …
Important Areas of Development for Pre-Service Teachers
Enable disproportionately white pre-service teachers to better understand how cultural hegemony and …
Religion & Ideology
Not everyone agrees as to what the right definition of a religion …
Colonialism, Neo-colonialism & Post-colonialism
Colonialism is the practice of establishing territorial dominion over a colony by …
Cultural Hegemony
Cultural hegemony may be defined as the domination of a culturally diverse …

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