Black liberation and indigenous solidarity is the future of america  With the creation of Black Lives Matter in 2013 and the resistance around NoDapl in 2016, a conversation about Black and Native history, and more importantly, Black and Native healing must be had: it must be a conversation that brings us insight into what Black liberation looks like conjoined with Indigenous sovereignty in the United States, and how the two are inextricably tied together in decolonizing America as we know it.  

Black liberation and indigenous solidarity is the future of america

With the creation of Black Lives Matter in 2013 and the resistance around NoDapl in 2016, a conversation about Black and Native history, and more importantly, Black and Native healing must be had: it must be a conversation that brings us insight into what Black liberation looks like conjoined with Indigenous sovereignty in the United States, and how the two are inextricably tied together in decolonizing America as we know it.  

 What happens to sex workers when the hood gentrifies  “To be frank, gentrification should be synonymous with urban colonialism. Often promoted as the transformation of neighborhood from low to high value, the residual benefit is the displacement of long-time residents and businesses—which is cleverly, and dare I say, purposefully overlooked.”

What happens to sex workers when the hood gentrifies

“To be frank, gentrification should be synonymous with urban colonialism. Often promoted as the transformation of neighborhood from low to high value, the residual benefit is the displacement of long-time residents and businesses—which is cleverly, and dare I say, purposefully overlooked.”

  "If you want to understand the ins and outs of colonialism, the intricacies of the anti-colonial struggle, then this is the book for you. Fanon outlines everything from how colonialism affects the individual to how it affects the nation. This goes beyond mere historical analysis to the internal motivations behind the behavior of the colonized and the colonizer under colonialism."

"If you want to understand the ins and outs of colonialism, the intricacies of the anti-colonial struggle, then this is the book for you. Fanon outlines everything from how colonialism affects the individual to how it affects the nation. This goes beyond mere historical analysis to the internal motivations behind the behavior of the colonized and the colonizer under colonialism."

   Patrice Lumumba   was the Democratic Republic of Congo's first Prime Minister. His legacy was one of a unification of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora as well as independence and control of African land and resources.

Patrice Lumumba was the Democratic Republic of Congo's first Prime Minister. His legacy was one of a unification of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora as well as independence and control of African land and resources.

  "Fanon is one of the most important anti-colonial theorist, breaking down all of the manifestations of colonialism from our psyches to our political systems. Living in societies still holding on to the vestiges of colonialism, this book is especially important to understand ourselves. This is one of the best tools to understand blackness as an independent identity, not antithetical to whiteness but grounded in an indigenous African cultural tradition." 

"Fanon is one of the most important anti-colonial theorist, breaking down all of the manifestations of colonialism from our psyches to our political systems. Living in societies still holding on to the vestiges of colonialism, this book is especially important to understand ourselves. This is one of the best tools to understand blackness as an independent identity, not antithetical to whiteness but grounded in an indigenous African cultural tradition."