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Settler colonialism and white settler responsibility in the Karuk, Konomihu, Shasta, and New River Shasta Homelands: a white unsettling manifesto

New article by my P.N.C.: Contributing to recent research into settler colonialism, this paper takes an on the ground look at how this system manifests today. This research turns its lens on the white settler, unmasks settler myths of innocence … Continue reading

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More than Resistance: Learning How to Thrive in a Colonial Settler State

Originally posted on Reclaim the Warrior:
Indigenous woman heals from intergenerational trauma, recovers from personal trauma, conquers addiction, and reconnects with her identity and cultural practices. Indigenous woman lives happily ever after. The end. You want the story to end…

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Of Hipsters & Headdresses

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Unsettling Klamath River Stance on the Cannabis Economy

Originally posted on unsettling klamath river:
In order to work in solidarity with Indigenous people of the Klamath River, we must take a stand against settler-imposed violence, and currently a major form of violence against Native People comes in the…

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The Walls Above The Cracks Below

. EZLN: The Walls Above, The Cracks Below (And To The Left) February 2017 The Storm On Our Path For us, as Zapatista originary peoples, the storm—the war—has been going on for centuries. It arrived to our lands with the … Continue reading

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Say It with Barricades : The Difference between Peace and Love — CrimethInc.

What do anarchists mean when we talk about love? For some the word is inextricably associated with pacifism. Spiritual leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr. preached love and non-violence as one and the same. “Peace and love”—together, these words have … Continue reading

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Fascism & Anti-Fascism: A Decolonial Perspective

Originally posted on Maehkōn Ahpēhtesewen:
Truly, there are stains that it is beyond the power of man to wipe out and that can never be fully expiated. But let us speak about the colonized. I see clearly what…

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