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Schukar, Alyssa. “Sunrise reveals the Sacred Stone Camp.”
The New York Times. 12 September 2016. Sunrise reveals the Sacred Stone Camp. Questions
How does social media function as a meaningful platform for the most marginalized voices in activism?
How does social media activism address oppression in the forms of erasure of evidence and violence?
What does it mean that solidarity was present for the resistance at Standing Rock but not visibly so for Flint?
What does it mean that there’s a two-spirit camp at Standing Rock? How do Standing Rock’s and Flint’s resistance movements center the most marginalized?
How does grassroots activism challenge capitalism?
What is your role within resistance that centers the most marginalized voices?
Week 10 – Social Media and Activism
Week 11 – Solidarity
Week 12 – Resistance
Collins, Patricia Hill. “The Politics of Black Feminist Thought” In Black
Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment by Patricia Hill Collins, 1-19. New York: Routledge, 2000. The Politics of Black Feminist Thought
From #BLM to Black Liberation Chapter 7
Freire, Paulo (Pedagogy of the Oppressed Chapter 1 PDF)
Alfred, Taiaiake and Jeff Corntassel. “Being Indigenous: Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism”. Politics of Identity . Being Indigenous: Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism.
Jones, Dayna. “Flint Water Crisis: The Importance of Building a Grassroots Environmental Justice Infrastructure”. Law at the Margins . Flint Water Crisis: The Importance of Building a Grassroots Environmental Justice Infrastructure.
Crass, Chris. “Beyond the Whiteness – Global Capitalism and White Supremacy: Thoughts on Movement Building and Anti-Racist Organizing”. Colours of Resistance . http://www.cwsworkshop.org/pdfs/WIWP_Analysis/4Beyond_Whiteness.PDf
Hayes, Kelly. “What You Need to Know About #NoDAPL and Why It Isn’t Over.” Black Girl Dangerous, 14 September 2016. What You Need to Know About #NoDAPL and Why It Isn’t Over.
Worth-Nelson, Jan. “The Hurts Remain Fresh: Water Protesters Back at City Hall Demanding U.S. Action”. East Village Magazine . 27 September 2016. The Hurts Remain Fresh: Water Protesters Back at City Hall Demanding U.S. Action.
Lucich, Cody. “StandWithStandingRock.” Sundance Film Festival, September 12, 2016. Accessed October 16, 2016. StandWithStandingRock . Trystan Foundation. “Courage explains Two Spirit Tradition at Standing Rock”. Youtube video, 1:38. Posted 30 September 2016.
Courage explains Two Spirit Tradition at Standing Rock.
Minosh, Kai. “(Re)building the Links Between Native Women and Women of Color”. Black Girl Dangerous. 3 November 2016. (Re)building the Links Between Native Women and Women of Color.
A Tribe Called Red. “A Tribe Called Red – The Virus Ft. Saul Williams, Chippewa Travellers (Official Video)”. Youtube video, 5:26. Posted 30 November 2016. A Tribe Called Red – The Virus Ft. Saul Williams, Chippewa Travellers (Official Video)
Maxwell, Thane and Winona Laduke. “BEYOND DAPL, THE LINE 3 PIPELINE BATTLE LOOMS ON THE HORIZON.” Honor Earth. 3 December 2016. Beyond DAPL