...And when the land gets reclaimed, like at Unist’ot’en, some claim shock, surprise and outrage over laws supposedly being broken. “Whose laws” somehow isn’t the important question. Settlers assume Indigenous laws don’t matter, just like they assume the land is theirs just because they say so, just because they want it.
An online archive I started with a focus on documenting Indigenous voices and writings from our history of resistance. Some things should not be forgotten. http://indigenousarchive.wordpress.com
Wii'nimkiikaa was a short-lived Indigenous resistance magazine in the 2000s, started and edited by an Anishinaabe woman in Vancouver (hence the name), for which I wrote several articles. http://wiinimkiikaa.wordpress.com