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Decolonization Gathering Near Chuk’shon Late September

April 20, 2010

Decolonization gathering near Chuk’shon Late September


How do we actively engage in decolonizing? What does Indigenous support actually look like? What can we do to help the stories of Indigenous people reach an audience large enough to actually challenge colonizing oppression? Where do no border discussions fall into decolonizing discussions? After we listen and our hearts begin to call how do we take our passion and turn it into action?
Please come to the Chuk’shon desert this fall and share your stories that could shed light on these questions.
We encourage indigenous people and their allies to share ideas, strategies, stories and general presence at the gathering. This event is meant to bring people from all different areas together to help each other achieve our common goals.
Some of the discussions and workshops in the works are challenging settler privilege, supporting Indigenous resistance, direct action techniques, linking decolonization discussions to the militarization of Tohono O’odham/US/Mexico borders,  self-defense, mixed martial arts, prisoner support, animal defense and communication/support/accountability discussions.
Details regarding location are still in the works. They will be released closer to the actual gathering. If you would like to contribute in any way (i.e. cash, discussion topics, donations, food, ideas, stories to share, workshops,) please e-mail survivalsolidarity [at]gmail.com.

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  1. April 21, 2010 2:38 am

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