On Trans* Day of Remembrance
In a unique format of intellectual challenge and counter-challenge prominent Native Americans and Marxists debate the viability of Marxism and the prevalence of ethnocentric bias in politics, culture, and social theory. read more »
not yr cister press
First published in 1972, God Is Red remains the seminal work on Native religious views, asking new questions about our species and our ultimate fate. read more »
Deloria observes, "The Indian world has changed so substantially since the first publication of this book that some things contained in it seem new again." Indeed, It seems that each generation of whites and Indians will have to read and reread Vine Deloria's manifesto for some time to come, before we absorb his special, ironic Indian point of view and what he tells us, with a great deal of humor, read more »
Struggle for the Land: Native North American Resistance to Genocide, Ecocide and Colonization by Ward ChurchillSubmitted by Anonymous on Wed, 10/17/2012 - 18:36.
From the Sonora to the Arctic, North America's indigenous people have been dispossessed of nearly all their original territory, with the residue - about 2 percent - held under a colonial "trust" authority by the U.S. and Canada. read more »
The United States is readily distinguishable from other countries, Chief Justice John Marshall opined in 1803, because it is "a nation of laws, not of men." In Perversions of Justice, Ward Churchill takes Marshall at his word, exploring through a series of 11 carefully crafted essays how the U.S. read more »
From a Native Son is the Capstone Collection of his most important and unflinching essays, which explore the themes of genocide in the Americas, historical and legal (re)interpretation of conquest and colonization, literary and cinematic criticism, and indigenist alternatives to the status quo. read more »
This pamphlet - written collaboratively by a group of people of color, women,
and queers - is offered in deep solidarity with anyone committed to ending
oppression and exploitation materially. It is a critique of how privilege theory
and cultural essentialism have incapacitated antiracist, feminist, and queer
organizing in this country by minimizing and misrepresenting the severity and read more »
This zine addresses migrant issues, borders and how institutions, prisons, heterosexism, and other oppressive forces have left people of color, queer, trans*, native folk, etc. subject to violence and is a re-imagining of an anarchist world without them using community accountability and recognizing institutions as pointless and that they only create a world of violence. read more »
zine about race, relationships, friendships, bands, accountability.
Follow up to Issue 1. The Swan The Vulture, and Issue 2. The Ascent The Descent.
It’s called this because it’s very subjective, and very much about my individual experience. I hope that people find some of these things useful enough to apply to their own subjectivities. read more »
generation FIVE has spent the last decade, with allies across movements and across the country, developing Transformative Justice. Transformative Justice is an approach to respond to and prevent child sexual abuse and other forms of violence that puts transformation and liberation at the heart of the change. read more »
“For as long as there have been names, there have been witches. From rebellions against feudal lords in the Middle Ages to queer riots at cafes to insurrections against the institutions of slavery and colonization, we have fought for thousands of years.”
A text on identity, power, crime, magic, and the end of the world from the Ignorant Research Institute (MKE).