Defining decolonization: an interview with Gord Hill

Contrary to Prime Minister Harper’s statements at the G20 in Pittsburgh, 2009, Canada does indeed have a history of colonialism–it is built on colonization and genocide.  Let them know what time it is with this bold t-shirt: No Justice on Stolen Land!On so-called “Canada day”, Defining what is decolonization, an interview with Gord Hill by Media Research Action in collaboration with CKUT

From Média Recherche Action (M.R.A.):

Gord Hill, from the Kwakwaka’wakw nation, is the editor of Warrior Publications and the author of a decolonization manual, Colonization and Decolonization : A Manual for Indigenous Liberation in the 21st Century

An interview on defining what is decolonization, actual indigenous struggles working toward decolonization, an history of the idea and the process of decolonization, basis for an understanding of the indigenous liberation movement here in so-called  “Canada”, about the role of non-indigenous people and much more with a selected bibliography on the topic of decolonization

You can listen more of Decolonizing the Airwaves here.

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