Native Women and Land: Narratives of Dispossession and Resurgence

Book, 2015, 163 pp
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To comprehend the impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery it's vital that we hear from those most impacted by its violence. Indigenous lands have been violated for generations, and so have Indigenous women. And yet, remarkably, it is precisely these women who are on the frontlines of resistance, summoning change through creative writing, social media, and on-the-ground activism. Fitzgerald offers us a critical look into the work of various Indigenous and female-led movements, helping us appreciate their relationships to land and the complex ways in which they seek to communicate their stories. Their resilience is inspiring.

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