Weekend links are back! Each week, bluestockings staff curates a collection of links that reflect our mission as an anti-oppressive and intersectional publication. This week we are centering the celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and the resilience of Native communities.
Compiled by Kidest Assefa-McNeil
Native Lives Matter Syllabus: a collection of readings that provide an entry point for those who want to learn about settler colonialism, violence, and systemic racism affecting Native people
A Guide to celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day
A collection of photos from Seattle’s celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day
#NoDAPL resources – articles highlighting Native peoples’ struggle against the Dakota Access pipeline:
What you need to know about #NODAPL and why it isn’t over
Native groups push back against environmental racism
12 ways you can support the Dakota Pipeline protesters at Sacred Stone Camp
Sacred Stone Camp’s website
To many Americans today is #IndigenousPeoplesDay, and at the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota, the fight for #NODAPL isn’t over.
Other important links:
Indigenous Feminism without Apology
Why Non-Natives Appropriating “Two-Spirit” Hurts
The Revolution of Indigenous Motherhood
The Map of Native American Tribes You’ve Never Seen Before