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demonstrate the necessity of using teaching methods that expose colonization and show the fundamental Native concepts that should be incorporated in the pedagogies concerning Indigenous people. She discusses Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy’s (Lumbee scholar and educator) Tribal Critical Race Theory and offers suggestions for implementing this framework in the classroom. The issue closes with the article “Transnationalism as a decolonizing strategy? ‘Trans-indigenism’ and Native American food sovereignty” by Zuzanna Buchowska. The author examines how Indigenous

: University of Toronto Press. Bracken, A. (2019, 27 January 2019). ‘The nation has stood up’: Indigenous clans in Canada battle pipeline project, The New York Times . Retrieved from Brayboy, B. M. J., & Chin, J. (2018). Tribal critical race theory and critical indigenous research methodologies. In J. T. Decuir-Gunby, T. K. Chapman, & P. A. Schutz (Eds.), Understanding critical race research methods and methodologies: Lessons from the field . Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire