decolonization

Redwire Vol. 10 #1: The Transformation Issue

This issue contains story telling and articles of decolonization and to fight for freedom. "We can't let a natural way of life quietly die off when the earth awakens and shakes all kinds of systems up. We have responsibilities to our ancestors and to our future to protect the balance in nature and to help shake those systems upside down when they threaten us".

Redwire Vol.9 #2: The Do It Yourself Issue

This issue of Redwire is all about "Do It Yourself"- "If you want something done right, you gotta do it your self". Introducing relatively new ideas such as anti-colonial resistance amongst Native youth. Includes articles on sovereign living, food self-sufficiency and re occupation of traditional territory and practical ways to start " doing it ourselves" in the gradual process of decolonization and freedom.

Anti Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner: 4th Annual Land Defenders from Six Nations and Tyendinaga Speak

Includes writings of speakers who spoke at Guelph's 4th Annual Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner. Speakers are Boots Powless and Skyler Williams from Six Nations, Jackie of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, Dan Doreen from Tyendinaga, and Sarah Dover from Toronto. All speak on efforts to defend their land, families, communities and culture.