Writing which reveals the truth of Indigenous motherhood: it is the ultimate weapon in destroying colonialism through the tenderness, and wildness, of Indigenous truth and love.
Want to smash the patriarchy, destroy misogyny, and demolish sexism? Smash, destroy, and demolish colonial systems from our lives. Because ultimately colonial systems are created with the task to uphold, preserve, and maintain the longevity of patriarchy, misogyny, and sexism. And truthfully, Indigenous systems are the weapons to use to completely smash the patriarchy, destroy … Continue reading Smash the colonial patriarchy. Restore the Indigenous Matriarchy.
As an indigenous young person, to purposely and unapologetically disobey colonialism is an act of revolution. It is an undertaking that is wrapped in resurgence and it carries a deep love for those who prayed for your existence generations ago. So here is a reminder to the indigenous young people who are first year students … Continue reading Words of Advice for the Indigenous Young Revolutionary Attending University
First of all, as stated in the title, this is all personal opinion and is no way putting down or dictating how others should spend this day. How people choose to spend this day is perfect for them and their beliefs. All these are, are my personal thoughts on this day. There are many reasons … Continue reading Why I don’t celebrate National Aboriginal Day
This reconciliation is for the colonizer. This settler-colonial reconciliation branded by the government is artificially sweetened with handshake photo-ops and small pockets of money buying out silence on real issues. The fad and conversation of reconciliation that our people are playing a role in is immobilizing “leadership” and converting indigenous peoples into colonially operated marionettes. … Continue reading This Reconciliation is for the Colonizer