Please enjoy these free resources!

Auntie Love + Social Science = Excellence

English version slides from my presentation on May 19, 2022 at the Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting are below in case you would like a copy. Thank you to the Decolonization Subcommittee for inviting me to speak!


The Auntie Way: Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity

Video and slides from my presentation with the Deschutes Public Library: https://youtu.be/jxM4EOwn2k0

Slides from my May 3, 2022 presentation are below in case you would like a copy.


Video: Here is a two-part video from November 2021 that discusses the importance of using Indigenous methodologies in educational institutions

Part 1 shares a general overview and several resources.

Part 2 shares an application of the resources.


The Power of Indigenous Stories and Art

Dr. Michelle M. Jacob spoke with Yakama artist Crystal Buck about our beautiful collaborations on three books, The Auntie Way, Huckleberries & Coyotes, and Fox Doesn’t Wear a Watch. The recording is available for free by clicking here.


Healing Power of Indigenous Stories

Michelle enjoyed speaking about the Healing Power of Indigenous Stories at the Dare to Soar Telesummit event on February 6, 2021. Click here for more details and to access the free audio recording.

At the Dare to Soar Telesummit, Connie Dominguez provided a review of Huckleberries & Coyotes. Some of my favorite quotes from the review:

“It’s a delight to read Michelle’s book.”

“More than tell us, the stories show us our interconnections.”

You can access the free recording here: Listen to a review of Huckleberries & Coyotes: Lessons from Our More than Human Relations by Connie Dominguez.