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Explore resources to learn more about Native American and Indigenous peoples.

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Make TCU a Welcoming Place

How can we respectfully engage with and attract more Native American employees and students to TCU? How do we use the most appropriate words and act in positive ways? How can we respectfully integrate Native American perspectives into our courses and programs? Our Native American Advisory Circle has created helpful guides to assist Horned Frogs in answering these questions and more.

Engaging Native American Perspectives in Courses and Programs

Recruiting Native American Employees and Students

Understand the Past

For proud Texans and Horned Frogs, our colonizing heritage is still at work in the way we do our business. Acknowledging this is uncomfortable, painful and difficult, but it鈥檚 what a deep commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion requires. Learning together, we can transform TCU into a place of meaningful inclusion, especially for Native American and Indigenous peoples.

TCU and May 24, 1841

TCU and May 24, 1841: The Broader Context

Making Meaning out of the Village Creek Attack and TCU's Land Acknowledgment

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Land Acknowledgment Teaching Guide

Native American Nations Flag Project Learning Guide

Book

Being in Relation: Indigenous Peoples, the Land, and 茄子视频, 1873-2023, co-edited by C. Annette Anderson, Theresa Strouth Gaul and Scott M. Langston, will be published by TCU Press in early 2025.

This book presents a collection of essays and interviews that centers Native perspectives in understanding TCU鈥檚 history and visualizing a future of meaningful relationships between Indigenous peoples, the land and the university. 

In 鈥淩esilience Kicks In: An Interview with Tabitha Tan (Din茅),鈥 Tan 鈥99 powerfully narrates her experiences coming to TCU from the Navajo Reservation in 1994 and encountering a university that knew little about Native Americans. Her story is one of resilience, survival, loneliness, family and community, success, educating others, and advice to TCU. 

Preview Tan鈥檚 Chapter