Jessica Crabtree

The Pocahontas Paradox: A Cautionary Tale for Educators

by on Nov.19, 2011, under JOURNAL: Nature, art, cultural perspectives

The Pocahontas Paradox: A Cautionary Tale for Educators
From Journal of Navajo Education, Fall/Winter 1996/97
Cornel Pewewardy, Ph.D. (Kiowa/Comanche)

An exhaustive writing about Native stereotyping in film and particularly its effects on Native youth.

Below: Heroine or hazard? Legend or liability?
pocahontas disney

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I am a freelance artist living in Arkansas, US, specializing in historical portraits of American Indians. I blog about the portrayal and influence of Native Americans in art, history, and the media.

I am fascinated by history and world cultures, ancient and modern, and particularly indigenous peoples. My other interests include wildlife ecology, environmental issues & sustainability, journalism, photography, web design & development. I enjoy music and reading (see my book list here).

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