Tag Archives: Indigenous

Pacific Spaces of Dispossession: Reflecting on Place and Memory in the Pacific Northwest and the Hawaiian Archipelago

“… for those of us learning and teaching about historic dispossessions, we are increasingly called upon to consider how the racism experienced by Asian migrants is connected to settler colonialism.”

On Privilege: Reflections on the Douglas Treaties Conference

The tour helped lift back the veil; I now see a very different place I call my home. Mark Albany enthusiastically showed us naïve tourists how most of the trees in the park near the beach had either been culturally modified due to bark stripping; or, had been tested for hollowness with searcher holes.