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Summer Reading: Decolonization on the connections of antiblackness and settler colonialism

For those who have not been following along, "Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society" has just finished an exciting series of articles on the blog, exploring the intersections of anti blackness and settler colonialism.

It features a cutting edge list of scholars who are thinking through the connections of antiblackness and settler colonialism in different ways and locations. We encourage you to check out the series; it is an exciting contribution to decolonization scholarship and an important part of the continuing work of Decolonization journal.

Maile Arvin - Possessions of Whiteness: Settler Colonialism and Antiblackness in the Pacific:

TJ Tallie - Failing to Ford the River: Oregon Trail, Same-Sex Marriage Rhetoric, And the Intersections of Anti-Blackness and Settler Colonialism:

Shona Jackson - Humanity Beyond the Regime of Labor: Antiblackness, Indigeneity, and the Legacies of Colonialism in the Caribbean:

Tiffany Lethabo King - Labor's Aphasia: Towards Antiblackness as Constitutive of Settler Colonialism:

Che Gossett - A Wall is Just a Wall: Anti-Blackness and Prison Abolitionist Solidarity With Palestinian Struggle:

Moyo Rainos Mutamba - Resisting Inclusion: Decolonial Relations Between Peoples of Afrikan Descent and Original Peoples:

Andrea Smith - The Colonialism that is Settled and the Colonialism that Never Happened:

Eve Tuck, Allison Guess & Hannah Sultan - Not Nowhere: Collaborating on Selfsame Land (includes MP3 & PDF files):

And, as an addendum to the series that takes on similar topics, Scott Morgensen's - White Settlers and Indigenous Solidarity: Confronting White Supremacy, Answering Decolonial Alliances:


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