Teaching Hidden Indigenous Histories: Alcatraz and the Red Power Movement
Marilyn Rose Travis teaches U.S. history at East Palo Alto Academy. She earned her BA in political science (‘16) and MA in education (‘17) at Stanford University. Throughout her career, she has taught Mexican American studies, world history, U.S. history, and AP Government in public charter schools across the Bay Area. Marilyn is committed to cultivating excellence in the classroom and regularly seeks opportunities to grow as an educator by taking professional development courses, collaborating with colleagues, and partnering with organizations. She serves on her school’s Leadership Team and Equity & Diversity Site Council. She was also recently selected as a 2020 Hollyhock Fellow to continue creating equitable learning environments and plans to remain in the classroom long-term.
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Marilyn Rose Travis; Teaching Hidden Indigenous Histories: Alcatraz and the Red Power Movement. California History 1 August 2021; 98 (3): 119–129. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ch.2021.98.3.119
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