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Remember, reclaim, restore: A post-pandemic pedagogy of indigenous love in early childhood education


Although anti-Indigeneity is longstanding, we see the pandemic as a portal to center pedagogies of Indigenous love in early childhood education. To do so, in this paper, two early childhood educators, one Indigenous (Kewa, Cochiti, and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblos) and one White, name the legacy of harm perpetuated in early childhood classrooms and preschools and articulate a vision for “a Pedagogy of Indigenous Love.” (author abstract)

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