This issue of Just Voices focuses on decolonisation and solidarity with Aboriginal people. It is hoped to be a resource to challenge our ideas on colonisation, to inspire ways we can be active and effective in the process of decolonisation and to better provide solidarity with Aboriginal people here, and Indigenous people world-wide.
It is not a new topic, and not the first resource of its kind. It is an attempt to provide critical writing on a range of issues in the contemporary climate as well as resources for further reading and engagement. The focus of this zine is on Australia, but some content addresses colonisation of Palestine.
The views represented in these articles do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the AJDS.
Articles from this issue:
Anastasia Kanjere is a white settler scholar, writer and activist born and raised on stolen land in Narrm. Hit me up on twitter at @a_kanjere Colonisation
by Nader Ruhayel Comparative settler colonial studies have been productive in highlighting parallels and divergences in the methods of establishment and expansion of settler colonial
Excerpts from various writings on solidarity and allyship and resources. 1. BOOK: ‘Decolonizing solidarity: Dilemmas and Directions for Supporters of Indigenous Struggles.’ || Clare Land,
editorial This issue of Just Voices focuses on decolonisation and solidarity with Aboriginal people. It is hoped to be a resource to challenge our ideas