Decolonize To Liberate
Decolonize Boston Working Group
Decolonize to Liberate seeks to shed the dominator ethos and systems of oppression that come from colonization, to stand in solidarity with indigenous resistance worldwide and to help restore our relationships to Mother Earth.
[To join the email discussion group] To join the low-traffic "announcements only" list, send a request to: Decolonizeemail@example.com
Regular IN-PERSON Working Group Meetings
Cambridge, MA 02138
All are welcome to our meetings. On february 1, we will continue a dialogue of self examination and discussion about next steps.
"Decolonization is not a Metaphor" Important reading: http://decolonization.org/index.php/des/article/view/18630
For the past few months we have utilized Andrea Smith's analysis of the intertwining of heteropatriarchy with the three pillars of white supremacy. Please see http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/three%20pillars%20of%20white%20supremacy
Five short links for information on misconceptions of a biological basis to race:
If you want even more to read, see the below link as well:
See Upcoming Events page for more details
Calls to Action!
See Calls to Action page for more details
Getting Connected with the Working Group
To sign up on our new announcements-only (low traffic) list, please send an email to: Decolonize-subscribe[at]lists.occupyboston.org
Feel free to contact decolonizeboston[at]gmail.com with any questions or to get involved.
What is "Decolonization"? A collection of definitions and explanations
Decolonize To Liberate resource page Links, articles, videos and 'zines!
Many thanks to everyone who joined us for the Decolonize to Liberate Occupy Boston Community Gathering. Check out the recap of the event on OccupyBoston.org:
Many thanks to all who were able to join us in Plymouth for the 42nd National Day of Mourning!
The Boston Globe produced an article and a video about our visit to Plymouth.
You can read the article,"In Solidarity, Occupy Group Joins with Native Americans" also a video, "Occupy Boston Protesters in Plymouth"
A member of the working group was also interviewed in a Democracy Now! special on the event: