Tag: indigenous activism
Written from the perspective of a trained biologist and botanist who specializes in mosses and an author of Indigenous heritage (Citizen Potawatomi Nation), this book tells the story of mosses from all sides, through personal narrative and reflection, through science, and through Indigenous ways of knowing. It’s a stunning work of non-fiction, memoir, and natural…
This novel takes the form of diary entries, written from 26 year-old Cedar Songmaker to her gestating child over the course of her pregnancy. The United States may be politically collapsing and is becoming ever more violent and carceral in this process, while strange evolutionary mutations lead to the rumor that evolution has started to…
Sila (breath in Inuktitut), a play set in the Canadian arctic/Nunavut, depicts the complex relationships between Inuit activists, Canadian scientists, government coast guard officials, and a polar bear mother and daughter struggling for survival.