Evolution Of AloHā

Ep. 17 - Daphne Littlebear

July 27, 2022 Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell
Evolution Of AloHā
Ep. 17 - Daphne Littlebear
Show Notes

In this episode, Dr. G talks with Indigenous educator and doctoral candidate Daphne Littlebear about  P.L.A.C.E curriculum and forming your Pueblo Cloud. 

People: Intergenerational
Land: Source
Art: Gratitude
Culture: Resilience
Ecology: Networks

Daphne Littlebear is from Tamaya, Santa Ana Pueblo, and is a descendant of the Mvskoke, Yuchi, and Shawnee Nations, where she resides. Music and dancing provide so much joy and healing to Daphne, she engages in many of the cultural dances of her communities.

​Daphne is currently completing her doctoral degree at Arizona State University studying social justice education, education policy, and Indigenous education. The current working title of her dissertation is, “Affirming the Educational Sovereignty of Santa Ana Pueblo: The Intersections Community Based Education, Western Schooling, and Tribal Citizenship”.

Daphne is the Research and Evaluation Manager at the National Indian Education Association serving tribal colleges and universities. Daphne has had the opportunity to work in the education field for over ten years with various organizations, she believes, advocates and is a champion of educational sovereignty for Tribal Nations.