If you want to meet the best Australians, meet Indigenous men and women who understand this extraordinary country and have fought for the rights of the world’s oldest culture
Australia, a nation without enemies, is now spending $28billion a year on the military and war and armaments in order to fulfill a tragic, entirely colonial and obsequious role, now as Washington’s “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific.
Australia has again declared war on its Indigenous people, reminiscent of the brutality that brought universal condemnation on apartheid South Africa
We Love Being Lakota is the first in a series of videos and texts from the documentary project ‘The Native and the Refugee’
This movement toward decolonization in the Andes is as old as colonialism itself
Can we in effect support the inevitable and desirable form of multiculturalism that is the basis of a fruitful peaceful interchange of cultural values? Or will we succumb to xenophobic ethnic cleansings across the world?
Interview on the role of historical memory in the country’s radical politics, and the importance of decolonizing Bolivia’s history of indigenous resistance
Evo Morales’ Inauguration in Tiwanaku
The intent of Rafael Correa’s government to evict the principal indigenous organization from its building shows the contradictions of the “citizen’s revolution”
One of the achievements of all of these currents and agitations has been the gradual demolition of the worldview of the colonizers and imperialists