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Breaching the Colonial ContractIndigenous Peoples and Black People in Canada: Settlers or Allies?

Breaching the Colonial Contract: Indigenous Peoples and Black People in Canada: Settlers or Allies? [This chapter has been created as the starting point of what will hopefully become an ongoing dialogue, between Black peoples and Native people in Canada, about relationships to this land, as Indigenous peoples and those who have experienced diaspora and settlement here. Its purpose is to clarify what the bases of relationships entail, in the interests of a deeper solidarity. This is particularly important in view of the ongoing struggles relating to the presence of Black citizens within Indigenous nations that have developed in different Native communities in the United States, struggles which represent only one site in which Native—Black relations are taking place globally.1 This chapter will, hopefully, offer some points of connection, and above all, be read with a good heart.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Breaching the Colonial ContractIndigenous Peoples and Black People in Canada: Settlers or Allies?

Part of the Explorations of Educational Purpose Book Series (volume 8)
Editors: Kempf, Arlo

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Netherlands 2009
ISBN
978-1-4020-9943-4
Pages
105 –136
DOI
10.1007/978-1-4020-9944-1_7
Publisher site
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Abstract

[This chapter has been created as the starting point of what will hopefully become an ongoing dialogue, between Black peoples and Native people in Canada, about relationships to this land, as Indigenous peoples and those who have experienced diaspora and settlement here. Its purpose is to clarify what the bases of relationships entail, in the interests of a deeper solidarity. This is particularly important in view of the ongoing struggles relating to the presence of Black citizens within Indigenous nations that have developed in different Native communities in the United States, struggles which represent only one site in which Native—Black relations are taking place globally.1 This chapter will, hopefully, offer some points of connection, and above all, be read with a good heart.]

Published: Jan 1, 2009

Keywords: Indigenous People; Native People; Indigenous Community; Black People; Indigenous Land

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