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Uses of Anger: Reflections from the Indigenous Frontlines of the People’s Climate March

This past weekend, I was invited to speak at the People's Climate March and beforehand, at the New York City Climate Convergence, to discuss Indigenous peoples resistance. The beginning of the march itself was huge and exciting. It is powerful to feel united with hundreds of thousands, and even more powerful to feel that we are here… Continue reading Uses of Anger: Reflections from the Indigenous Frontlines of the People’s Climate March

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Our Revolution: First Nations women in solidarity with Palestine

Lately, I find myself frustrated by the way that women's voices are still routinely silenced within activist circles on issues that directly affect us, and the gendered nature of roles we are pushed into during organizing (read: the background). This is certainly the case with Indigenous women and Palestinian women who work tirelessly at resistance, only to have… Continue reading Our Revolution: First Nations women in solidarity with Palestine