We invite contributions to the Indigenous Nationhood Movement blog, Voices Rising. We are looking for writing and reflections on nationhood, resistance, resurgence and community initiatives—in the continuation of our peoples’ shared and …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: nationhood
Building Indigenous nationhood through our bodies is done daily in our work across issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. At the Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) we simultaneously recognize that …Read More →
A Warrior is the one who can use words so that everyone knows they are part of the same family. A Warrior says what is in the people’s hearts, talks about what the …Read More →
When settlers discuss the concept of Indigenous nationhood, the term ‘capacity’ often comes up, as in Indigenous peoples lack it.
There might be some recognition that we governed ourselves before contact, though rarely is any respect …Read More →
Boozhoo, shé:kon, siyo, tansi and greetings to all our relatives,
Welcome to the Indigenous Nationhood Movement. We invite you to join with us in building collective power in our communities.
Please read our Statement of …Read More →
There is a significant and to my mind problematic limitation that is increasingly being placed on Indigenous efforts to defend our rights and our lands. This constraint involves the type of tactics that are being …Read More →