[Week 3 Selection] 100 Years of Indigenous Resistance by Gord Hill

Submitted by RosaReborn in readingclub (edited by a moderator )

Originally Published in revolutionary Indigenous newspaper OH-TOH-KIN, this work covers forms of resistance against European genocide and conquest across the Americas; beginning with Columbus and finishing with modern movements of the 1990s. It can be found here on archive.org

With about 63 pages of content, this is the longest text we have selected to read and thus I appreciate if people could vote on the whether to finish the whole text this week or break it up into two smaller sections for two weeks. There are lots of illlustrations so it isn't too much text but I'd like to put it up to vote here. Have a great week and happy reading!


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ziq wrote

cool cool

yes I'm just posting this to bump the thread


Tequila_Wolf wrote

Yay I'm glad this one won.

Umm I think it might be preferable for us to aim to do it in a week, and then extend it a week if need be. We'll get a longer discussion period this way and I think more people will manage to read it.

Going to have to pace my reading over a couple days :)


RosaReborn wrote

Personally I an of the opinion that we can read the whole thing this week, however I understand if that is too much in one week for everyone