Authors: David Atekpatzin Young (Calmecaztlán) , Michelle C Garcia-Olp (Beloit College) , Ceema Samimi (University of Denver)
The authors approach this paper from their own positionality, incorporating their experiences at a Predominantly White Institution (PWI) while pursuing their doctoral education into a discussion of colonialism throughout the United States’ educational system. This manuscript conceptualizes education as a tool of assimilation when viewed through the settler narrative. Utilizing the concepts of Tribal Critical Race Theory and Historical Trauma, education is revealed as a from of settler colonial narrative, displacing and erasing Indigenous people.
Keywords: Education, Decolonization, Indigenous Liberation Epistemology, gringismo, tribal critical race theory
How to Cite: Atekpatzin Young, D. , Garcia-Olp, M. C. & Samimi, C. (2020) “Dismantling Gringismo in Education”, Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis. 9(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/jctp.9468None