Repatriating Indigenous Technologies in an Urban Indian Community

@article{Bang2013RepatriatingIT,
  title={Repatriating Indigenous Technologies in an Urban Indian Community},
  author={Megan Bang and Ananda Marin and Lori Faber and Eli Steven Suzukovich},
  journal={Urban Education},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={705 - 733}
}
Indigenous people are significantly underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The solution to this problem requires a more robust lens than representation or access alone. Specifically, it will require careful consideration of the ecological contexts of Indigenous school age youth, of which more than 70% live in urban communities (National Urban Indian Family Coalition, 2008). This article reports emergent design principles derived from a community… Expand
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