s 17 More Resources

Supplementary resources for Decolonizing the Mind


Bay Area resources

Idle No More SF Bay

Indian People Organizing for Change

Beyond Recognition

Sogorea Te’ Land Trust

Ohlone Activists Speak about Colonialism, Resistance, & Solidarity

Indigenous Women Rising

Audio

Decolonizing the Mind Ch 1 Dr. Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

Film & Lectures

Peace, Propaganda, & the Promised Land 

Act of War: The Overthrow of the Hawaiian Nation trailer

Aloha ‘Aina: The Awakening of Walter Ritte

The Battle of Algiers 

Concerning Violence trailer

Beyond Brutalization Dr. Ashis Nandy

The Chief’s Two Bodies: Theresa Spence and the Gender of Settler Sovereignty Dr. Audra Simpson

When The Mountains Tremble

Radio

Indigenous Politics Radio Dr. Kehaulani Kauanui

Essays

Decolonizing Antiracism

Our Stories are Sacred: On Knowing Who We Are

Decolonizing the Black Bear Ranch Hippie Commune 

Decolonization is Not a Metaphor

Who is Indigenous?

Standing Rock Syllabus 

What We Know 

Emerging Epistemologies

Please let me know of any resources that I should consider adding to this lineup! Collective liberation involves all of us stepping up and sharing our brilliance, so don’t be shy. Thank you.


Anjali Nath MA² is a brilliant, deeply compassionate decolonial revolutionary feminist philosopher and teacher. Her Liberation Spring adult freedom school is a superb opportunity to connect or reconnect mind, body and spirit in service of our collective liberation. As a former participant in the critical race theory workshops, I found resonances in our weekly sessions … Continue reading John Hayakawa Torok, JD, PhD.

John Hayakawa Torok, JD, PhD.