Dr. Blalock (ᎾᏍᎩᎠᎨᏴ/she/her) is an Apsáalooke, Cherokee, Chickasaw and settler-Danish and settler-English professor in American Indian Studies who grew up on Cow Creek Umpqua, Tolowa Dee-ni’, and Tutuni homelands. She focuses on access, retention, and success in education, healing from intergenerational trauma, and decolonial and artivist work. In addition to her partnerships in Indigenous communities, she previously worked as a teacher in a school embedded in a juvenile incarceration facility with students 8 to 18 years of age.
Dr. Blalock has authored and co-authored articles, essays, and book reviews in several journals, including American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Southern California Quarterly, Teachers College Record, and Journal of School Choice.
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