The Education of" Little Tree" by Forrest Carter
Little Tree was an orphaned Indian boy who was taken in by his grandparents. As the book's title suggests, Little Tree was educated and learned many things from his "granpa" and "granma." It was during the stressful era of the Great Depression, the stock market crash, the Indian Reorganization Act, prohibition, and continuing oppression of the Native Americans, that several diversity issues became apparent to Little Tree. In this paper, I will expound upon some of the diversity issues that Little Tree encountered.
Title: Exploring Diversity Issues Encountered by Little Tree in his Quest for Knowledge.
In the book, The Education of Little Tree, grandparents of a five-year-old, Native-American boy informally adopted their grandson after his parents passed away in 1930. They affectionately called him Little Tree. He was a very naïve and impressionable, little boy who treasured the many years he lived with his grandparents in the mountains.
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