Unlearning Indian Stereotypes DVD and Teacher Guide is published by Rethinking Schools. It is based on the original publication developed by Council on Interracial Books for Children in 1977. Rethinking Schools has taken the original filmstrip and transferred it to a DVD slide show format. It is narrated by two Native American students. The slide show takes the perspective of a New York City class who meet as an after school program to learn about their cultural heritage as Native Americans. The students identify themselves by their tribal identity and point out where their traditional territories were located and where the present-day reservations are located. The students examine a series of children's picture books, alphabet books, and images showing Native Americans or Indians. For example the alphabet books often show I is for Indian as if Indians are things such as ice cream. The students make the point that they are people. They also discuss with their teacher the nature of stereotypes as they relate to Indigenous Peoples. The slide show is 21 minutes in length. In addition the DVD contains JPEG files of photos from the filmstrip so that teachers and students may reprint and use them in print or digital presentations. Word documents include Teaching Native American Issues in an Elementary Classroom by Bob Peterson; Teaching Young Children about Native Americans by Debbie Reese; and useful websites and book suggestions. PLEASE NOTE THIS RESOURCE WAS FIRST RELEASE IN 1977.