Posts Tagged ‘ indigenous ’

For the Indigenous Haida community, ecoanxiety is nothing new

The landscape of Haida Gwaii has been profoundly shaped by commercial logging. Here, abandoned logging equipment is partially obscured by new growth. Photo by Flickr user popejon2, 2009.

Ecoanxiety about the Anthropocene is on the rise. But Indigenous communities have been facing the devastation of environmental change for centuries.

Source: For the Indigenous Haida community, ecoanxiety is nothing new

Cecilia Vicuña – BOMB Magazine

Hilo Azul, 2016

The poet and artist invokes ancient matriarchal cultures, Indigenous folkways, and the speculative capacities of language so that we might rediscover our kinship with nature.

Source: Cecilia Vicuña – BOMB Magazine

A Darker Shade of Green: REDD Alert and the Future of Forests – YouTube

 

Source: WATCH: REDD Alert For False Climate Solution in California |

Jimmy Nelson Portrays The Disappearing Tribes Of The World | iGNANT.de

All images © Jimmy Nelson | Via: designboom

Jimmy Nelson Portrays The Disappearing Tribes Of The World | iGNANT.de.

JOELLE LEANDRE: SOLO. VANCOUVER, BC. JUNE 2009

Zeitgeist Spam | A Depatriarchalization Unit in the Vice Ministry of Decolonization? In Bolivia, yes. I CANNOT even imagine any official even uttering those words in the USA. Which makes me say: my country is backwards and pathetic

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Depatriarchalization Unit Vice Ministry of Decolonization? In Bolivia | Zeitgeist Spam

A presentation of the Black Feather Poets’ visit to Barrow, Alaska as part of their Reasons to Live Campaign : More to Learn

Thanks to poet , publisher, and editor Seedy Johnson for sharing this remarkable video.