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The movements of colonial invasion forces during the Northwest Resistance of 1885

About me:

I’m a Métis & Cree writer, with family from Kistapinanihk (Prince Albert) and nêwo-nâkîwin (Mont Nebo) in Treaty 6 territory, and ancestors from Red River (Greater Winnipeg, Treaty 1 territory) and Kichewaskahikun (York Factory) in Treaty 5 territory, residing on Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Səl̓ílwətaʔ and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territories (Vancouver, British Columbia).

Contact by email: m_gouldhawke@riseup.net

twitter: twitter.com/M_Gouldhawke



1492 Land Back Lane Legal Fund

Sqeq’petsin (For clean water and healthy salmon) | Secwepemc Say No TMX

Media Indigena

Métis in Space

Land Back w/ Nickita Longman, Emily Riddle, & Lindsay Nixon – The Red Nation Podcast (October 2020)

Yellowhead Institute

Briarpatch Magazine

The New Inquiry

Society & Space

Unist’ot’en Camp

Gidimt’em Yintah Access

Sovereign Likhts’amisyu

Nlaka’pamux Grassroots

Warrior Publications

kâ-pimotêt aski-iskwêw (Walking Earth Woman)


Saskatchewan Manitoba Alberta Abolition Coalition


Onkwehonwe Rising

Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall

Ganienkeh Territory

âpihtawikosisân: Law, Language, Culture

The People and the Text (Indigenous Writing to 1992)

Shekon Neechie (Indigenous history)

Dibaajimowin (Storytelling)

Settlers In Support of Indigenous Sovereignty

Finding Cleo (CBC)
A Cree family’s search for their missing sister Cleopatra Semaganis Nicotine and attempts to uncover why she and her five siblings were taken into government care in the early 1970s and adopted into non-Indigenous families in Canada and the United States

From scrip to road allowances: Canada’s complicated history with the Métis (CBC Unreserved)

Prole Info

Angry Workers World

End Notes

Prole Wave


Hic Salta – Communisation

Elephant Editions

Robert Graham’s Anarchism Blog


Graphic History Collective

Active History – Indigenous History

John Graham Defense Committee

Leonard Peltier Defense Committee

Recommended articles on all subjects:

The Land Back Issue, Briarpatch magazine, September/October 2020

How First Nation fire wisdom is key to megafire prevention (CBC, 2017)

Trancestry: Aiyyana Maracle (1950–2016), by Arielle Twist

On the Question of Allies, by Zig-Zag

The Space NDN’s Star Map, by Lou Cornum

Burial Ground Acknowledgements, by Lou Cornum

American History, by Lou Cornum

Desiring the Tribe, by Lou Cornum

The Creation Story is a Spaceship, by Lou Cornum

The Optics of the Language: How Joi T. Arcand Looks with Words, by Billy-Ray Belcourt

The American Worker, Paul Romano and Ria Stone (Grace Lee Boggs)

The Invading Socialist Society, by C.L.R. James, F. Forest (Raya Dunayevskaya) and Ria Stone (Grace Lee Boggs)

Facing Reality, by C.L.R. James, Grace Lee Boggs and Cornelius Castoriadis

The Reproduction of Daily Life, by Fredy Perlman

From Riot to Insurrection, by Alfredo M. Bonanno and Jean Weir

Why a Vanguard?, by Alfredo M. Bonanno

A Contribution to the Critique of Political Autonomy, by Gilles Dauvé and Karl Nesic

The Democratic State: Critique of Bourgeois Sovereignty, by Karl Held and Audrey Hill

Racial Homeopathy, and “Eastern Métis” Identity Claims, by Darren O’Toole

Louis Riel: Hero, heretic, nation builder, by Darren O’Toole

Toward a Métis homeland, by Darren O’Toole

The Red River Jig Around the Convention of “Indian” Title: The Métis and Half-Breed Dos à Dos, by Darren O’Toole

The Law and Politics of Métis Title, by Karen Drake and Adam Gaudry

The Selkirk Treaty of 1817, by Adam Gaudry

The Metis cultural brokers and the western numbered treaties, 1869-1877, by Allyson Stevenson

Selling the Sixties Scoop: Saskatchewan’s Adopt Indian and Métis Project, by Allyson Stevenson

Colonial Legacy of the CCF: An interview with Allyson Stevenson

Hidden from history: Indigenous women’s activism in Saskatchewan, by Allyson Stevenson

Intimate integration: A study of aboriginal transracial adoption in Saskatchewan, 1944-1984, by Allyson Stevenson

Sixties Scoop left heart wrenching legacy for Métis families, too, by Cullen Crozier

The Reign of Terror Against the Métis of Red River, by Lawrence J. Barkwell

Unlearning: From Degrowth to Decolonization, by Jamie Tyberg

Oka Crisis, 1990, by Warrior Publications

Great Manitoba: A story of race, labour, corruption and murder that shaped a province, by Owen Toews

A Call to Divest from White Cis Hetero Abled Leadership [re: Red Braid Alliance]

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) Resource Guide | Lakota People’s Law Project

Violence Against Indigenous Women | Warrior No. 2 (2006)

The revolution will be translated, by Jane Shi

Metis Harvesting In Alberta: Violence, Racism & Resistance, by Conor Kerr

Immunity for All—Invitation to a Strike | CrimethInc.

Surviving the Virus: An Anarchist Guide | CrimethInc.

Anarchy in the UK: The Poll Tax Rebellion, From Refusing to Pay to Fighting Together, by CrimethInc.

Against Quarantine, How responses to the new corona virus territorialize disease and capitalize on a virus, by Angela Mitropoulos

An Anti-Colonial History of “British Columbia,” A graphic narrative of resistance, by Gord Hill

Gord Hill’s anti-colonial, anti-fascist comics | Briarpatch

The Approaching Obsolescence of Housework: A Working-Class Perspective, by Angela Davis

Notes on the New Housing Question, by Maya Gonzalez

Communization and the Abolition of Gender, by Maya Gonzalez

The Gendered Circuit: Reading The Arcane of Reproduction, by Maya Gonzalez

The Logic of Gender: On the Separation of Spheres and the Process of Abjection, by End Notes

Patriarchy and Commodity Society: Gender without the Body, by Roswitha Scholz

Métis Statement of Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders

Inuit Statement of Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders

Solidarity Statement: Asians in Support of Wet’suwet’en Jurisdiction and Governance

Here’s Some Resources [on what’s happening in Wet’suwet’en territory], by Samantha Marie Nock

Wet’suwet’en Strong: Who are the Indigenous artists on the front lines of the land defence and protest rallies for Wet’suwet’en?, by Lindsay Nixon

Raid of Wet’suwet’en part of Canada’s ongoing police violence against Indigenous Peoples, by Catherine Richardson

Old Neighbors, New Battles: Rekindling Indigenous relations against colonial violence, by Denzel Sutherland-Wilson and Anne Spice

Reforming child welfare first step toward reconciliation, by Cindy Blackstock and Sébastien Grammond

Afro-Blue Notes: The Death of Afro-pessimism (2.0)?, by Greg Thomas

Recommended documentary films (free to stream at NFB.ca):

Birth of a Family

Is the Crown at war with us?

Recommended comics by Gord Hill:

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