Land Back Issue | Briarpatch Magazine
This product is currently sold out.
We’re offering the print edition of this special Land Back issue of Briarpatch Magazine to encourage deeper listening and engagement on the often misunderstood concept of “Land Back”.
This issue addresses Settler FAQ's about how to return land in so-called Canada to Indigenous Peoples and how to encourage the flourishing of Indigenous laws, life, and governance on those territories.
This is essential reading at a time when Indigenous folx are being harassed and arrested for peacefully protecting their rights and land from coast to coast.
Pour yourself a cup of tea and settle in for the read, settlers.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Inside this 60 page edition you’ll find a timeline of 100 years of land struggle; essays on overlapping Indigenous jurisdiction, sex work, Land Back in the city, protecting Black and Indigenous trans women, and land as a social relationship; a round-table discussion with Indigenous women hunters; an investigation into the Canadian government’s efforts to circumvent the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs’ consent; and visionary fiction about decolonizing Wood Buffalo National Park.