Before I begin, I want to say that I appreciate how much energy (emotional and physical) goes into writing a book. I’m not trying to tear apart the author in making this review. I do think that they do some lovely things in their book and I’m so glad to see how modern books are really trying to unpack what previous generations did in terms of appropriation and overall white supremacy.Continue reading →
Tag / indigenous knowledge
Are we, as modern people, especially euro-centric modern white people, fundamentally unrooted from our own “indigenous” spiritualities? And what does indigenous knowledge even mean, especially for those of us of mixed ancestries or immigrant backgrounds?
What would connecting to our indigenous ways of knowing actually look like?Continue reading →