Amplifying Voices

A FACCC Podcast 

Episode 10: Kristofer Ray and Brady DeSanti,
Understanding and Teaching Native American History

In partnership with the New Books Network, we welcome two esteemed guests, Kristofer Ray (UNC-Wilmington) and Brady DeSanti (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe, UN-Omaha), for this episode of Amplifying Voices. Kristofer and Brady co-edited a collection of essays, penned by cross-disciplinary authors, on pedagogical and curricular frameworks for comprehending and instructing Native American History, titled Understanding and Teaching Native American History.

Tailored to empower educators at all levels, this volume facilitates the seamless integration of Native American History into California and U.S.-wide lesson plans. From debates over teacher land acknowledgements and blood quantum entanglements with multiethnic diasporas, to approaching American genocides and indigenous student perspectives, the volume delivers content and resources spanning the Native Americas, indigenous worlds, and beyond.


FACCCTS Fall 2023 Edition:
70 Years of Championing Education and Empowerment

The latest edition of FACCCTS has been released. This issue commemorates FACCC's 70th anniversary by featuring an article focused on the history of the FACCCTS journal, insights from FACCC's past presidents and long-time members, our first ever crossword puzzle, and more. 

To read current and previously published articles,
visit our FACCCTS page.