Institute for Indigenous
America Studies


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School of Heritage ,History & Political Science

School of Heritage, History & Political Science

Certification programs and courses provides instruction for students to become knowledgeable historians, researchers, community activist, and indigenous Law practitioners- national & international.

Heritage Studies course descriptions


Course Description

Intro to Indigenous American Heritage

Learn about the tremendous culture and civilization developed by black American Ancestors in America before discovery by explorers in the 1500’s. How the tremendous wealth of resources are the foundation used to create power for the United States today. This course will enable a Black American person to understand, recognize and respect their humanity as Black American people, release distorted negative attitudes towards their community and start to identify and respect what is unique about there culture and their belonging to their culture. Program is recommended for Indigenous person interested in the Social Service and Human resource development service.

Tradition, Customs, Philosophy of Anasazi Peoples

Students learn the foundation for indigenous traditions, and how they are done.

History Studies course descriptions


Course Description

Understanding Conquest

What does it mean to be considered a conquered people? Most people would be surprised to know how it is actually done. The program addresses issues created by the process of Conquest. The student will learn to identify the fundamental methods, systems and how they are developed and applied to gaining control of a collective of people. The course also looks at methods used in the past, present and what new methods are being developed today for implementation in the future.

The use of word as Conquest Power

Student will learn the origins and development of semantics and the use of the word as weapons of conquest. This course will uncover the trail of European word definitions starting with Columbus over the last 500 years used in America to reference the ethnic terms for the Amerindian race and their civilizations.

Intro to Capitalism

Student will learn how the system was developed and what is necessary for the system to work. wealth vs riches.. Investigate the methods for taking wealth to create riches results in systematic genocide thru psychological manipulation.

Into to Slavery

Students study the ideology of slavery, purpose for, different forms of, administration of, effects from, the system of slavery.

The Plantation System

How it works -the cultivation of captivity living in freedom.

The history of Homogenous and its development into a social culture

Students will research and study the formulation of Patriarchal ideology, and its development into a social culture.

Subliminal Racism

This course is for students- who desire a in depth look at how we are collectively being sublimely program to be passive, invalidate our right to live on Earth, and internalize self hate thru media commercials everyday every where. Students will examine how to expose an array of messages being sent to trick people of the Earth into abandon their inherited Nature.

Indigenous Political Science Studies course descriptions


Course Description

Fundamentals for Indigenous Rights

The course reveals the international context for indigenous rights registration? Why indigenous rights are important. What all indigenous people around the world have at stake? The globalization into global consumers using the international community? What is the People’s of America position to the world community?

Understanding the 14th Amendment to the U. S.: Constitution

The course will focus on the legal status of so the called African Americans in the united states as it relates to the passage and ratification of the U. S. Constitution. We will focus on the current status of Indigenous people via the 14th Amendment t which frame the basis of citizenship privileges and immunities, Civil Rights, Voter Rights, and etc.” Class attendees will be challenged to question all they think they know and walk away informed, enlightened, and with a new perspective of what the truth really is rather than the lies they have been trained to believe.

Understanding the 14th Amendment to the U. S.: Constitution

The course will help open the eyes of indigenous people regarding the system(s) of America’s jurisprudence utilized to rob, penalize, and enslave through voluntary agreements. Student will be able to clearly “overstand” their earth rights unconnected to any so-called constitutional and civil rights and why earth rights supersede any system of mankind rights.

Indigenous Law II

Connection to Land and Trust Application II

This Course is a continuation of the Intro to law class and an introduction to trust land Management. This class will provide a direct application example of how using the rights protected by the law are used and applied to maintain your indigenous status. Many Indigenous and melanated people have been taken advantage of in North America because of their lack of knowledge in the area of Asset Management. We will cover how trusts are an important part of an effective asset management program. The ability to incorporate a trustee or related position is a key part of this system and will make it easier to thrive and not just live. Specific areas covered in this course are: Commercial Law,

Entity classification, Jurisdiction in commerce, Indigenous Business, Asset & Land Management, Trusts & Estates. These areas are being shared and explained based on having a basic understanding of law as covered in completion of the level 1 course. We will cover the basics of each area listed above and give examples of there applications in a comprehensive Asset management structure. Earth is one of our most precious resources and we have been ill equipped to protect it in the colonial commercial system. This course is designed to put you on course to use the tools available to maximize protection of Property. We thrive when we have Earth to live on that is in balance with our well being.