Episode 107: Indigenous School Psychology with Lisa Aguilar, Bryanna Kinilicheene, and Wamnuga-Win (Kiva Sam)
Episode 107 is a deep dive into school psychology, education, and academia through an Indigenous lens with the only Indigenous school psychology professor on Turtle Island, Dr. Lisa Aguilar Ph.D, NCSP, and two Indigenous doctoral students in school psychology, Bryanna Kinlicheene and Wamnuga Win (Kiva Sam).
Dr. Aguilar is an Indigenous (Enrolled member of MHA Nation, Oglala & Hunkpapa Lakota, Chicanx) woman, relative and Assistant Professor in the Department Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota
Bryanna is a Diné (Navajo) woman, and was born to the land of the Diné Nation. She is of the Water’s Edge People Clan, born for the Honey Combed Rock People Clan. Her maternal grandfather is of the Coyote Pass Clan, and her paternal grandfather’s clan is the Bitter Water People.
Wamnuga Win (Kiva Sam) is a citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
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Indigenous Youth in Schools Article
Aguilar, LN, Shearin, J, Wamnuga-Win (Sam, K), & Mojica, K. Indigenous youth in schools: Consequences of colonialism and advocating for a better future (2021). National Association of School Psychologists Communique 50 (1) pp. 1, 26-30
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