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“Now You Can’t Just Do Nothing”: Unsettling the Settler Self within Social Studies Education

This article shows how social science education often reinforces settler-colonial narratives and provides tools for how educators can work to “unsettle” this narrative in their teaching by challenging the way Indigenous history is taught and reckoning with their own personal connections to settler-colonialism. For more read here.