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    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 0816674280  ISBN: 9780816674282  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    Description: In the late 1960s, Indian families in Minneapolis and St. Paul were under siege. Clyde Bellecourt remembers, "We were losing our children during this time; juvenile courts were sweeping our children up, and they were fostering them out, and sometimes whole families were being broken up." In 1972, motivated by prejudice in the child welfare system and hostility in the public schools, American Indian Movement (AIM) organizers and local Native parents came together to start their own community school. For Pat Bellanger, it was about cultural survival. Though established in a moment of crisis, the school fulfilled a goal that she had worked toward for years: to create an educational system that would enable Native children "never to forget who they were." While AIM is best known for its national protests and political demands, the survival schools foreground the movement's local and regional engagement with issues of language, culture, spirituality, and identity. In telling of the evolution and impact of the Heart of the Earth school in Minneapolis and the Red School House in St. Paul, Julie L. Davis explains how the survival schools emerged out of AIM's local activism in education, child welfare, and juvenile justice and its efforts to achieve self-determination over urban Indian institutions. The schools provided informal, supportive, culturally relevant learning environments for students who had struggled in the public schools. Survival school classes, for example, were often conducted with students and instructors seated together in a circle, which signified the concept of mutual human respect. Davis reveals how the survival schools contributed to the global movement for Indigenous decolonization as they helped Indian youth and their families to reclaim their cultural identities and build a distinctive Native community. The story of these schools, unfolding here through the voices of activists, teachers, parents, and students, is also an in-depth history of AIM's founding and early community organizing in the Twin Cities-and evidence of its long-term effect on Indian people's lives.
    Subject(s): Schule ; Indianer ; Minnesota ; Geschichte (Histor) ; History ; Education ; Sociology ; Native American Studies ; United States ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; State & Local ; Midwest (IA, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, MO, ND, NE, OH, SD, WI) ; Ethnic Studies ; HISTORY ; Wine industry ; Vintners
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 0816674280
    ISBN: 9780816674282
    ISBN: 9780816674299
    Source: Ebook Central - Academic Complete
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  • 2
    Language: English
    Description: A revised and expanded edition of the groundbreaking Edison in the Boardroom,highlighting the winning strategies today's biggest companies use to maximize the value of their intellectual propertyNow fully revised and expanded, Edison in the Boardroom, Second Editiontakes an in-depth look at the revolutionary concept of intellectual asset management (IAM). Incorporating stories and teachings from some of the most successful companies in the world—such as Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Procter Gamble, Rockwell, Dow, Ford and many others—Harrison and Sullivan have made an exhaustive study of IAM and its implications for today's businesses.Features updated interviews of companies, and a new treatment of the Profit Center LevelUpdates stories and teachings from some of the most successful companies in the worldShowcases a hierarchy of best practices that today's companies can integrate into their own business philosophies to gain the best return from their intellectual assetsEdison in the Boardroom, Second Editioncompiles a wealth of knowledge and successful stories that illustrate how far businesses have come in their ability to leverage and monetize their intellectual assets.
    Subject(s): Economic aspects ; Intellectual capital ; Research, Industrial ; Technological innovations ; Corporations ; Valuation
    ISBN: 9781118004531
    ISBN: 1118004531
    Source: Ebook Central - Academic Complete
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  • 3
    Book
    Book
    2012
    ISBN: 9781118170120  ISBN: 9781118004531  ISBN: 1118170121  ISBN: 1118004531  ISBN: 111817013X  ISBN: 9781118170137  ISBN: 1118170148  ISBN: 9781118170144 
    Language: English
    Subject(s): Economic aspects ; Intellectual capital ; Research, Industrial ; Technological innovations ; Corporations ; Valuation
    ISBN: 9781118170120
    ISBN: 9781118004531
    ISBN: 1118170121
    ISBN: 1118004531
    ISBN: 111817013X
    ISBN: 9781118170137
    ISBN: 1118170148
    ISBN: 9781118170144
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  • 4
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.251
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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  • 5
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    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.11
    Description: On a monday morning in november the students, staff, and guests of Heart of the Earth school in Minneapolis gathered in their lunchroom to listen to a guest speaker, a Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe man named Eddie Benton-Banai. Before the talk, cultural instructor Johnny Smith, a Red Lake Ojibwe, led a group of Indian boys in drumming and singing while other Native children danced, dressed in colorful regalia. Among the drummers, ten-year-old Mukwah Bellanger sang with enthusiasm while his eleven-year-old sister Binaishi, danced gracefully in a jingle dress. Their mother, Leech Lake Ojibwe Lisa Bellanger, watched proudly from the back
    Subject(s): Labor economics ; Social groups ; Law ; Economic disciplines ; Communities ; American minorities ; Human societies ; Anthropology ; Political geography ; Metropolitan areas ; Correctional system ; South Asian studies ; Prisons ; Sociology ; Education ; Employment ; Ethnic groups ; Treaty lands ; Schools ; Human geography ; Formal education ; Economics ; Ethnography ; Boarding schools ; Social sciences ; Criminal justice ; India studies ; Tribal land ; Ethnology ; Educational institutions ; Behavioral sciences ; Housing ; Criminal law ; Correctional institutions ; Indian culture ; Asian studies ; Native Americans ; Cities ; Indigenous peoples
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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  • 6
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    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.173
    Description: Early on a september morning, I met Heart of the Earth executive director and culture instructor Johnny Smith for an interview. As we talked, Smith expressed thoughts of leaving the school and retiring. After fourteen years, he thought this might be his last year at the school, that he might leave Minneapolis and go back to Red Lake, his home reservation in northern Minnesota. Making plans to leave seemed to be Johnny Smith’s perpetual state; this was the third time I had met him over a three-month period, and each time he talked as if he were about to pack
    Subject(s): Labor economics ; Charter schools ; Social groups ; Economic disciplines ; Communities ; Financial transactions ; Funding ; Boards of education ; Educational administration ; Occupations ; Human societies ; Commerce ; Payments ; Anthropology ; School yearbooks ; South Asian studies ; Transfer payments ; Educational resources ; Education ; Sociology ; Employment ; Schools ; Business ; Formal education ; Economics ; Ethnography ; School publications ; Education politics ; Finance ; India studies ; Educational institutions ; Curricula ; Ethnology ; Behavioral sciences ; Grants ; Business operations ; Pedagogy ; Indian culture ; Asian studies ; Support personnel ; Financial economics
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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  • 7
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.127
    Description: On a monday morning in january, Heart of the Earth students and staff members began their school week with a ceremony called “circle time.” In a blue-carpeted, first-floor communal gathering space, two adult men and several male students sat around a large drum. They drummed and sang as students of all ages filed into the room. The youngest children sat on the floor, older children sat in chairs at the back of the room, and high school students and staff members stood along the walls. Some of the older students stayed in the hallway outside the room, lounging against the
    Subject(s): Labor economics ; Social groups ; Economic disciplines ; Communities ; Psychology ; Occupations ; Traditional schools ; American minorities ; Human societies ; Anthropology ; Educational personnel ; History instruction ; South Asian studies ; Social psychology ; Teachers ; Education ; Sociology ; Employment ; Ethnic groups ; Schools ; Group identity ; Formal education ; Economics ; Ethnography ; India studies ; Ethnology ; Curricula ; Educational institutions ; Behavioral sciences ; Educators ; Indian culture ; Pedagogy ; Asian studies ; Humanities instruction ; Native Americans ; Cultural identity ; Indigenous peoples
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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  • 8
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.53
    Description: Every time i talked to clyde bellecourt, he told a story about school. He told me the first story on a chilly October weekend when I attended the fall Midewiwin ceremonies in northern Wisconsin. During an afternoon break, people filtered outside from the teaching lodge into the damp cold to stand in small groups, chatting and drinking coffee. As I spoke with Pat Bellanger’s daughter Lisa, we decided it was a good time for me to meet Bellecourt, whom I hoped to interview about the survival schools. We walked over to where Bellecourt stood and Bellanger introduced me. As we
    Subject(s): School dropouts ; Law ; Parents ; Human societies ; Child welfare ; American minorities ; Anthropology ; Population studies ; Specialized education ; Criminal offenses ; South Asian studies ; Social institutions ; Human populations ; Child neglect ; Students ; Sociology ; Education ; Persons ; Ethnic groups ; American Indian education ; Public schools ; Children ; Schools ; Public welfare ; Formal education ; Ethnography ; Social sciences ; India studies ; Social welfare ; Educational institutions ; Ethnology ; Behavioral sciences ; Families ; Academic communities ; Criminal law ; Crimes against the person ; Child abuse ; Indian culture ; Asian studies ; Native Americans ; Family members ; Indigenous peoples
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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  • 9
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674280  ISBN: 9780816674282 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01
    Description: Chapter One traces the origins of the American Indian Movement to multiple historical sources: the consequences of U.S. settler colonialism in the upper Midwest since 1830; the legacy of the federal boarding schools; the development and activism of the Twin Cities Indian community since 1900; the conditions of urban Indian life in the Twin Cities since 1945; the influence of civil rights and empowerment movements in the 1960s; and the personal experiences of key AIM founders and organizers. This chapter also describes some of AIM’s early community activism in the Twin Cities between 1968 and 1972.
    Subject(s): Assimilation ; Midwest ; Activism ; Native American history ; Education ; Public School ; Colonialism ; Minnesota ; American Indian ; Decolonization ; Alternative Education
    ISBN: 0816674280
    ISBN: 9780816674282
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  • 10
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2013
    ISBN: 0816674299  ISBN: 9780816674299 
    Language: English
    In: Survival Schools, 2013-07-01, p.99
    Description: On a bright, invigorating morning in late September, a dozen Indian kindergarten students gathered in the cafeteria of the Heart of the Earth School in Minneapolis for a half hour of culture class with Johnny Smith. In one corner of the room, the boys sat in a circle of tiny blue plastic chairs with Smith as he taught them how to drum and sing. The girls assembled near the drum to dance. Occasionally, some of the boys got up to dance along with them. Smith, a sixty-one-year-old Ojibwe man from the Red Lake reservation in northern Minnesota, was in his
    Subject(s): Labor economics ; Social groups ; Houses ; Economic disciplines ; Communities ; Occupations ; Educational administration ; Human societies ; Educational personnel ; Population studies ; Arts ; Human populations ; Private schools ; Teachers ; Employment ; Education ; Sociology ; Persons ; Catholic schools ; Public schools ; Children ; Schools ; Economics ; Formal education ; Parochial schools ; Architecture ; Buildings ; Social sciences ; Residential buildings ; Educational institutions ; Religious buildings ; Behavioral sciences ; Educators ; Educational buildings ; Institutional buildings ; Applied arts
    ISBN: 0816674299
    ISBN: 9780816674299
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