I'm kind of fascinated by the way in which some of the discussions on indigeneity have played out recently on Raddle.
One of the things that has really struck me is the way in which indigeneity seems to so frequently be articulated via land rights, controls to freedom of movement and essentialism/reification of racial categories.
Obviously I don't think that reparations to the victims of genocide committed in order to achieve settler colonialism is some sort of anti-white racism but I also don't want to live in world in which everyone has a set way to live and place which they must reside according to their genome.
I think Israel is the cautionary tale for this sort of thinking.
How can Anarchists reconcile these tensions?
I know this is a bit of a can of worms, if you don't have specific thoughts on the issue I'd also be interested on anything that has informed your views. Some of these themes were explored in the brilliant – Nationalism and bolo’bolo and frequently elsewhere in Aragorns work.