Decolonization 101

The Feminist Rag

Straight from “the horse’s mouth”, i.e. a decolonizing Native American activist named Shea Sandy:

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In my experience the Indigenous voice is usually struggling to be heard. Struggling to be heard among the din and noise of the ever-crowding colonists who scream out their theories turned gossip and gossip turned theories as if they are fact and “truth”, pointing to the colonist composed books, media and scientific data as proof of their “truth”.  All the while never once during their studying, deep thinking, data collection and empirical evidence-making do they consider that it all comes from colonist minds filtered through a colonists lens and back into colonist minds. Which would be fine if all they talked about were the ways of being a european colonist but it is not fine at all when it comes to other things.

When it comes to Indigenous americans we are nearly wiped out…

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One Response to Decolonization 101

  1. norman bourque says:

    Thanks fascinating widow to look through.

    Liked by 1 person

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