Indigenous Justice and Philosophies
Articulating the Path of Resurgence
Indigenous Philosophies on Injustice is intended to be an exploratory piece that puts the works and theories of multiple Indigenous authors into conversation linked by the penultimate question: what would a world predicated on Indigenous sovereignty, self-determination, and justice look like, and how do settler states fit into that world? The work came out of a distinct and obvious disconnect between Indigenous rights and settler-colonial mentalities, and an understanding of my privilege and standpoint as a non-Indigenous researcher working in a colonial institution on Indigenous land. My hope with this critical reflection is not to create a plan or a static idea of a resurgent potential, but merely to create space for creation within a fluid multiplicity of worldviews.
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