American Indians, Native people, Indigenous people, Colonialism, Indian boarding schools
The following research concerns the relationship between U.S-implemented boarding schools and Indian communities. Throughout this paper I’ll present the overall initial rationale creating Indian-focused boarding schools, explain how policy and physical facility placement illustrates a type of colonial mechanism, and coerced youth relocation due to government leverage. I’ll also be highlighting the importance of students’ lived experiences, power of school agents, and continuing boarding school effects. To this extent, the trauma experienced due to sexual violence and abuse is mainly rooted in boarding schools and proves to be a product of colonialism.
Barajas, Alejandro E., "Government Boarding Schools and Indian Communities" (2014). American Cultural Studies Capstone Research Papers. 2.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Off-reservation boarding schools--United States; Indians of North America--Education--United States--History; Indians, Treatment of--United States--History