We’re Screening on Oct.29th at Refugees Welcome #Film#Festival in #Berlin

In Berlin on 29 October, starting at 20:00 at the Babylon Cinema, my documentary film will screen at this film festival. Myself and members of the film team, and hopefully some participants also will be there to present and see it on the big screen again. Please visit their website, as well as the theater […]

One More Time For the People in the Back: #Poem: “I am not an Activist” by Wanbli Gleska Tohake

“I am not an activist, I am Lakota. Is a Lakota a born activist? An activist seeks social change. What do you call it when you only seek what was stolen from you? What do you call it when you fight to save the earth from destruction, the water from pollution? We Indian people have […]

Help Spread the Art & Raise Awareness on #NoDAPL #StopLine3 #WaterIsSacred

I have a request from Isaac Murdoch through Amy Ruckes to help spread Isaac and Christi Belcourt‘s wonderful art to Berlin, Germany and Europe in general. You may have seen their art before on many banners or Native news pages but may not have known the name of the artists. I’ve attached the link page where their #Divest #NoDAPL #NoPipelines etc. art […]

#Poem: “Threatened by #Beads” by Red Haircrow

This is one of two of my poems first published in Red Ink International Journal, Dec. 2016, and upcoming in (link) “Writing History” (tr. “Geschichte schreiben”), translated and part of an anthology in German, on decolonizing history and how history is told.  Edited by Sharon Dodua Otoo and Manuela Bauche, published by S Fischer Verlage. The publication […]

Decolonization and Indigenization is the New Reconciliation

Originally posted on indigenous motherhood:
Decolonization and indigenization is the new reconciliation. And many of our people are blindly holding, and even kissing, colonialism’s hand in the process. So many of our people are willingly playing the lead role in the now colonial-skewed process of “decolonization” and “indigenization.” They are becoming the pets to the…