“Native’ hobbyism Is modern day #Colonialism” my op-ed at @CBC @cbcdocs & The Things Forgotten in All these “Debates” on “#Multiculturalism” & #CulturalAppropriation

Following my participation, albeit a small but contextually accurate part, in “Searching for Winnetou”, the 2018 documentary film on Indian hobbyism, with a million dollar budget very different than my own “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” film, both in finances and tone, I was invited to write an op-ed published to CBC Docs. I […]

Our statement on the #Winnetou #Ravensburger or ANY “Debates” on #Racism #Sexism – 31 August 2022

This is my official statement and sharing of information and situation I’ve experienced due to the on-going controversy of Ravensburger, Winnetou and the “bad faith” arguments, “strawman” examples and false equivalents on Native American stereotypes, cultural appropriation and misrepresentation, and the inherent racism and Eurocentrism at the root of those behaviors and practices. This is […]

The Whitecentric #Winnetou Controversy in #Germany is Overshadowing Important Topics like #RostockLichtenhagen but the Root Cause is the same: #Racism & White Supremacist Ideology

In a recent Twitter post an important point was made by Dr. Noa Ha, a participant from our documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” and a “(Post)colonial urbanist. Des/integration, critical race, decolonial studies. @ art school Berlin-Weissensee and DeZIM.” I responded on the thread “Another facet of whiteness and whiteness-centeredness, both of which […]

11 October -“Kolonialismus ist überall (Colonialism is Everywhere) – Mayflowers Kill” a series of discussions at #SurvivalInternational

Beginning the week of 10 October 2021, Survival International will conduct a series of discussions with Indigenous educators and others on the topic of colonialism and its on-going effects and mechanisms. I’ll included in these discussions and will join a host on 11 October. Be sure to join Survival International’s social media accounts, such as […]

Recently at @Zeitwissen, #Indigenous #Knowledge, with comments by Indigenous folks (including me)- #Stereotypes #Racism #Colonialism

Recently in Zeitwissen, a section within Die Zeit, one of the largest news sources in Germany, an article was published on the need of Indigenous knowledge in natural sciences to help salvage and repair the climate crisis, a large part of which nuevo European values and practices unleashed on our world. Myself and other Indigenous […]