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Social Justice Resources: Native American Stories

Native American Stories

This tab is a place to amplify Native American stories and voices. It is a place to learn and understand the role that our society has played in perpetuating race-based bias and discrimination. Ultimately, this is a space to work to prevent bias and discrimination from continuing.


This LibGuide was created for those who wish to educate themselves through books, videos, and other resources on important social justice issues, and the viewpoints of marginalized populations. While the GHC library staff and faculty have made a substantial effort to provide numerous resources, this is not a comprehensive guide. If there are resources you consider irrelevant, or resources that were left out that you feel should be included, please contact us:


Native American Influence on the US

Who Controls the Land

Earth Speaks: Native Americans Speak about the Earth

Self-Esteem for Native American Students

Language Healers

Young Lakota

The Thick Dark Fog 

Find more videos like these at Kanopy and Films on Demand!

Podcast on Spotify

External Resources (resources outside of GHC)

We don't have these books at GHC, but you can check with your local public library:

Lakota Woman by Mary Crow Dog

The Native People of Alaska

The Native People of Alaska by Steve J. Langdon

Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith

The Origins of Native American Heritage Month

What does it mean to be Native American today?

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