Negotiating Native Identity Through Art and Music

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How have Native American musicians and visual artists negotiated their native identity, and what role does physical space play in these negotiations?

In this lesson, students begin by examining the ways their sense of identity might be affected by social pressures associated with different spaces. By watching clips from RUMBLE, students then discover how musicians Robbie Robertson, Stevie Salas, and Taboo have negotiated their Native identities, and compare these musician’s journeys with those of earlier Native Americans. 

Please see TeachRock's website for additional information and access to video content.

https://teachrock.org/lesson/exploring-identity-native-american-visual-a...

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