Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill - Part 3 of 3
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In the riveting conclusion of our three part series with acclaimed American Indian Movement activist-intellectual Ward Churchill about his venerable book Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005, we discuss the effects of the settler colonial polity of Canada on American Indians.
We investigate this phenomenon by examining the chapter titled “Kizhiibaabinesik”. The chapter is a poignant dedication to brother Ward’s late wife Leah Renae Kelly.
In addition we also discuss how and why settler society’s “progressives” (i.e. white liberals, and white leftists) consistently attempt to co-opt, supplant, and speak for the aspirations of American Indians, and other colonized populations.
We could say more, but we wouldn’t do the analysis justice in this short blurb. Get this Unabridged Interview today!!!
Length: 01:34:43 Size: 110 MB