By Tanya Rodriguez, Medium I learned something yesterday…. When I share with a white person they can not decolonize on stolen land they get really really fragile and pissed that yet again, another brown azz takes away their new shiny thing… Decolonization. The process of decolonization is a violent, brutal, and involuntary act. It costs […]
Photo by Mohd Aram on Unsplash What counts as “authentic” decolonization as the term takes over our social media and influencer bubbles? And how we can sharpen our activism. By Bhakti Shringarpure, Africa Is A Country Decolonization has taken over our social media timelines with a vengeance. With hundreds of thousands of “decolonize” hashtags, several […]
Unlike nomadic or sedentary Indigenous tribes, Harrelson explained that many tribes in Oregon lived the seasonal round.
“The seasonal round is essentially: Each tribal group had a winter storehouse and then they would go to different areas when resources were ready,” Harrelson said. “They would travel to those locations, have temporary encampments, process their food and their goods, and then bring them back to their winter lodges, where they would spend all winter.”