Contribute

Unsettling America is seeking essay, article, poetry, & art (etc.) contributions  and content suggestions regarding the theory and praxis of decolonization from below.

Want to suggest or submit content to Unsettling America? Submissions & content suggestions can be sent to unsettlingamerica@riseup.net

We are also seeking translators to translate texts and articles into other languages. Please get in touch if you’re interested!

5 responses to “Contribute

  1. I’d like to post some of your articles to my Facebook page but don’t see a link to enable me to do that. Am I missing something? Thanks

  2. Organize Comm*unity Governments
    -A Youth Leadership Council:
    14-22yrs. Education and communication making a politically aware base to prepare future generations to carry on the struggle.

    Get the youth to become active themselves to hold intellectually based discussions with each other. Set up meetings in the high-schools and community centers, talk of solutions to be the change we the people want to see in the world.

  3. I found this, while thinking about how the majority peoples of the planet operate when we are not given the false dichotomy of need v. want. We must return to a timeplace where it is the norm to give and we are satisfied with enough!

    http://www.yesmagazine.org/new-economy/malis-gift-economy

  4. Wanted to contribute the following post. (Originally, i wanted to reply to the article on allyship vs sister/brother-hood, but for some reason wasn’t allowed to. (could it possibly be because i tried to post a different website than the one that automatedly appears when i login to wordpress??) Here’s what i tried to post:

    i just want to say that i think it’s also vitally important to watch out how our imprinting in same old again can cause us to not see that projecting on each other can hamper mutual seeking…tho i realize that “perfectly imperfect” reflections have their excellence, as well. i just want to underline the value of watching possible projections on such things as assuming someone is merely stuck in “ego” or “self-aggrandization” when there may well be other truths within the seemingly “ugly” exterior. After all, how many have learned to hide as a way to protect their inner heart? And how many have been corralled into divisions of many sorts? Worth thinking through, i say.

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