As we have always done : indigenous freedom through radical resistance / Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.
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- ISBN: 9781517903862 (hc : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: 312 p. ; 23cm.
- Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : University of Minnesota Press, 2017.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Nishnaabeg brilliance as radical resurgence theory -- Kwe as resurgent method -- The attempted dispossession of kwe -- Nishnaabeg internationalism -- Nishnaabeg anticapitalism -- Endlessly creating our indigenous selves -- The sovereignty of indigenous peoples' bodies -- Indigenous queer normativity -- Land as pedagogy -- "I see your light": reciprocal recognition and generative refusal -- Embodied resurgent practice and coded disruption -- Constellations of coresistance -- Conclusion: toward radical resurgent struggle.
"How to build Indigenous resistance movements that refuse the destructive thinking of settler colonialism. Leanne Betasamosake Simpson locates Indigenous political resurgence as a practice rooted in uniquely Indigenous theorizing, writing, organizing, and thinking. She makes clear that the goal of Indigenous resistance can no longer be cultural resurgence as a mechanism for inclusion in a multicultural mosaic, calling for unapologetic, place-based Indigenous alternatives to the destructive logics of the settler colonial state. This is an astonishing work of Indigenous intellectualism and activism — by far the most provocative, defiant, visionary, and generous of Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's impressive corpus to date." -- Daniel Heath Justice (Cherokee Nation), University of British Columbia.
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