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In June 2018, three educational researchers, Beth Short, Binyu Yang, and Mary Ellen Wolfinger from the George Washington University’s Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy traveled to Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska to meet with community members about involving urban Alaskan youth in the digital environmental storytelling project #60above60.

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Be inspired by reading and listening to the story of how Rene Corado's insatiable curiosity about the natural world led him on his journey from Guatemalan shoeshine boy to U.S. immigrant to ornithologist and collections manager of the world's largest egg collection.

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In his 2015 Native News Online blog post, Mark Charles, Native American writer and guest speaker, invites us to remember that 30 lines below the famous quote “All men are created equal” the Declaration of Independence refers to Natives as “merciless Indian savages.” Read his thoughtful blog post and review some additional resources to assist your efforts in decolonizing your environmental education efforts.