Relationship, Indigenous Feminism, Indigenous Education
I am an Indigenous woman, a mother, a researcher, a scholar, a partner, a daughter. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the value and consequence connection with others has on my life has become more apparent. During this time, I am finding that technology can both help and hinder in building and maintaining relationships. Perhaps I can illuminate a bit for others who are struggling with the same things I am. I share Indigenous feminist theories and I believe these ways of knowing and being in the world help us to reclaim our past and to reimagine our futures.
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RunningHawk Johnson, Stephany
"A Personal, Indigenous Feminist Experience with Centering Relationships During COVID-19,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 15
, Article 7.