Back To The Land

I went back out to Black Mesa to herd sheep and goats for another small window of time. In conjunction with my work there and to protect the San Francisco Peaks here in Flagstaff I’ve been participating in discussions on decolonization. After the last Root Beer and Revolution at the Taala Hooghan Infoshop which was explicitly about Decolonization, one of my comrades sent out this list of suggested readings:

http://www.coloursofresistance.org/769/moving-beyond-a-politics-of-solidarity-towards-a-practice-of-decolonization/

http://www.coloursofresistance.org/category/resisting-colonialism/

http://raceprivilegeidentity.wordpress.com/2009/05/14/anti-racist-resources/

and personally I would add this one:

http://anti-imperialism.com/2011/08/31/stolen-at-gunpoint-interview-with-j-sakai-on-the-chicano-mexicano-national-question/

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