EDGE OF MORNING Native Voices Speak for the Bears Ears

An anthology of potent words and story by eighteen Native writers who champion the protection of the Bears Ears area. Chapter contribution, “The San Francisco Peaks and the Politics of Cultural Genocide.” Excerpt: “On December 6, 2012, the same day that secretary Tom Vilsack of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued his final report on sacred sites and an inter-agency memorandum to work towards sacred sites protection, the US

Uprooting Colonialism Zine

Uprooting Colonialism: The Limitations of Indigenous Peoples’ Day – Fall 2017 Declarations, Disconnect, & Decolonial Recuperation As momentum has accelerated for occupying forces to issue declarations of “Indigenous Peoples’ Day (IPD),” we can’t help but feel disconnected from the revelry. Aside from psychic solace, if the state dismantles these statues and proclaims Indigenous Peoples’ Days, what do we actually achieve if the structures and systems rooted in colonial violence remain