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This article engages with practices of ethnographic storytelling to perform a structural critique of US schooling from the perspectives of Pacific Islander students attending a university far from their ancestral homelands. Deploying indigeneity to comprehend how their schooling is meaningfully connected to their histories of imperial colonization and their resistances to it, these students' specific understandings of the ocean enable them to transform the very school that alienates them anddoi:10.1215/10679847-8722849 fatcat:m6ewezsmfrdkhprf2gglarosy4