Tag Archives: Indigenous

Elizabeth Povinelli: the four figures of the Anthropocene

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The Poem That Made Sherman Alexie Want to Drop Everything and Be a Poet – Joe Fassler – The Atlantic

Joy Harjo, who’s a Creek Indian poet and a jazz musician, was once asked by a white reporter why she played the saxophone, since it’s not an Indian instrument.And she said: “It is when I play it.”If “I’m in the … Continue reading

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UNSR James Anaya – UNSR James Anaya

The Special Rapporteur presented his final report to the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly. It his statement, Professor Anaya discussed broadly his work methods and lessons learned throughout his mandate. He also touched upon factors that in … Continue reading

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All Celtic Music on Vimeo

My Music My World on Vimeo on Vimeo via My Music My World on Vimeo. a lovely short film featuring the wonderful Julie Fowlis travelling home to North Uist. North Uist tugs at my heart strings and I’m longing to … Continue reading

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