Reclaiming Native Truth is a national effort to foster cultural, social and policy change by empowering Native Americans to counter discrimination, invisibility and the dominant narratives that limit Native opportunity, access to justice, health and self-determination. Reclaiming Native Truth’s goal is to move hearts and minds toward greater respect, inclusion and social justice for Native Americans.
Below are a sample of websites with primary sources that are available to the public online.
This excel spreadsheet lists the books in SU Libraries' catalog that have the subject term "Indians of North America." While it isn't comprehensive, it represents a significant majority of our Native American history books. Please note that the titles of books were cut off at 100 characters.
Use ctrl+F to search within the spreadsheet. When you find a book, either look it up in the catalog or reference the call number to find it on the shelf.
Native Knowledge 360° (NK360°) provides educators and students with new perspectives on Native American history and cultures. Most Americans have only been exposed to part of the story, as told from a single perspective through the lenses of popular media and textbooks. NK360° provides educational materials, virtual student programs, and teacher training that incorporate Native narratives, more comprehensive histories, and accurate information to enlighten and inform teaching and learning about Native America.
Building on the ten themes of the National Council for the Social Studies' national curriculum standards, the NMAI's Essential Understandings reveal key concepts about the rich and diverse cultures, histories, and contemporary lives of Native Peoples.