About relationships between humans and the land and other living beings, how we view these, and how they're determined by stories and language we use. It compares indigenous and western ways of understanding the world.
This issue contains articles and interviews with people who have stories to tell of imprisonment and the judicial system. Communities who don't believe in arbitrary colonial rules and imprisonment and more of healing and education.
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.