Timothy San Pedro is an associate professor of Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education, an affiliate faculty member of American Indian Studies, and co-founder and faculty advisory of the Indigenous Community of Graduate and Professional Students at The Ohio State University. His scholarship focuses on the intricate links among motivation, engagement, and identity construction to curricula and pedagogical practices that recenter content and conversations upon Indigenous histories, knowledges, and literacies. His latest work (which is central to this book) focuses on the intergenerational lessons learned in the homes of five Native American families—specifically, the ways they teach one another Indigenous knowledges and sovereignty rights as they relate to everyday resurgence efforts. He is an inaugural Gates Millennium Scholar, a Cultivating New Voices Among Scholars of Color Fellow, a Ford Fellow, a Concha Delgado Gaitan Council of Anthropology in Education Presidential Fellow, and a Spencer Fellow. Wherever he may physically live, western Montana (and the people who live there) has always been his connection to home and a big part of his heart.