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Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt

Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt

From Primal Anarchy

House keeping: Book club and upcoming meeting, first book is Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. 15% of all of our sales still going to Indigenous Mutual Aid, please toss them some support (indigenousmutualaid.org). Kickstarter underway, will be up anytime. We continue our ongoing conversation about primal anarchy and the nature of resistance to civilization and domestication with Deana Dartt, PhD. Deana is Coastal Chumash and Mestiza. Her work is focused on decolonization and indigenization, raising Indigenous voices and experiences back into the lands and narratives that sought to erase them. She has worked with everything from museum curators to activist groups to push forward this necessary discussion. She also shares our enthusiasm for bridging gaps between decolonization and anti-civilization. Listen up, you’ll like it. More importantly, you’ll learn from it. Support Deana’s work at liveoaknative.com.

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

From Bellamy Fitzpatrick dot com by Bellamy Fitzpatrick

Under different circumstances, I would not have brought this issue up so early in my blog, and perhaps would never have brought it up, but the recent mention of me on The Solecast has made me think it is necessary to lay this issue to rest once and for all. My hope is that I will never have to comment on it again, but will be able to reference this blog entry and the podcast links associated with it to any and all future critics.

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