ELA Grades 9-12th
In 1987, ABC’s Good Morning America whisked Hattie to New York City where she served as a Special Correspondent and frequent substitute anchor. In 1990, Hattie moved to CBS News as a correspondent and substitute anchor on CBS This Morning. In her two decades with the network, Hattie also reported for 48 Hours, Street Stories, Sunday Morning, CBS Radio, CBS Special Reports, the Early Show, and CBS Evening News.
Louise Erdrich is a trailblazing writer and intellectual, who provided important leadership as an artist and academic at Dartmouth in the 1980’s. Coming of age on the heels of the Red Power Movement, Louise Erdrich’s generation became adults in the era of Self-Determination. Her brilliant writing bridges the generational gap between 20th and 21st centuries and provides fearless insight into the historical legacy of colonial America and its impact on Native Americans.