Below you will find websites generated by the students of Brooklyn Collaborative after studying decolonization.
Marco's Group: "How does the structure of the Indian Survival Schools help to decolonize Urban Indians?"
Kimberly's Group: "How did the Alcatraz occupation help American Indians decolonize?"
Tanjin's Group: "How do the Lakota decolonize through land reclamation?"
Nasrine's Group: Sioux Nation Resistance: The Reclamation of Standing Rock on the Path Towards Decolonization.
Ola's Group: "How do Americans express native culture and how does this impact the decolonization of the Chickahominy Tribe of Virginia?"
Jenia's Group: "How does mindfulness help Native Americans decolonize?"
Erica's Group: "Was the Lakota nation successful in decolonizing their education through survival schools?"
Chris G's Group: "What were three reasons why Cherokee Nations used mindfulness?"
Leticia's Group: "How did the Sioux Nation use climate change as part of their message of reclaiming land from Keystone Pipelines to decolonize themselves?"
Jenny's Group: "What are the methods used to restore the language of the Sioux people?"
Ysabella's Group: "What was the impact of the American Indian Movement's efforts to occupy Alcatraz Island?"
Emily's Group: "Why is oral history an important form of decolonization for the Lenape people?"
Oraly's Group: "What is Two Spirit and how does it relate to decolonization for American Indians?"
Christopher's Group: "How do the Lakota decolonize through education?"
Amya's Group: "How do the Lakota use mindfulness to decolonize?"