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Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access… (original 2019; udgave 2019)

af Nick Estes (Forfatter)

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How two centuries of Indigenous resistance created the movement proclaiming "Water is life" In 2016, a small protest encampment at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, initially established to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, grew to be the largest Indigenous protest movement in the twenty-first century. Water Protectors knew this battle for native sovereignty had already been fought many times before, and that, even after the encampment was gone, their anticolonial struggle would continue. In Our History Is the Future, Nick Estes traces traditions of Indigenous resistance that led to the #NoDAPL movement. Our History Is the Future is at once a work of history, a manifesto, and an intergenerational story of resistance.… (mere)
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Titel:Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance
Forfattere:Nick Estes (Forfatter)
Info:Verso (2019), 320 pages
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Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance af Nick Estes (2019)

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A fascinating, well-written history of resistance particularly of Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people and those who share land claims with them, though the book also stretches outside of those nations as those peoples interact with other nations. Estes does a great job of challenging the historiography where it fails, and keeping the history coming from within community where possible (and it's way more possible than most histories have acknowledged.)

I'm like very behind the times, but the chapter on indigenous internationalisms had me like shaking the book and demanding more. I'm really looking forward to digging into those citations, but I think it's a totally accessible intro to that and I really think could be super effective in a classroom. I certainly wish I had access to it sooner! That tipped it over for me, though I recommend the whole book regardless, for its specificity and accessibility. ( )
  aijmiller | Feb 15, 2021 |
«Eskerrak Emateko Eguna: horra hor kolonoen nazioak bere buruari kontatzen dion sorrera-istorio arketipikoa. Istorio horren arabera, natiboek eta kolonoek, indioilarra eta batata erreak janez, ‘bakea’ erdietsi zuten Massachusetts estatuko Plymouth hirian, non, 1620an, kolonia bat ezarri baitzuten Mayflower itsasontzian iritsi ziren erromesek. 1637an, ostera, pekuota herriko 700 bat lagunen sarraski zentzugabea burutzeko, zera esan zuen Massachusetts Badiako Koloniako gobernari William Bradford-ek: Eskerrak Emateko Eguna ospatu beharra zela ‘garaipen odoltsuaren omenez, eta Jainkoari eskerrak emanez borrokan gailentzeagatik’. Bakea, lapurtutako lurretan, genozidioz blai dago».
  bibliotecayamaguchi | Jan 7, 2021 |
What began as a relatively small protest at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota regarding the Dakota Access pipeline grew into the largest indigenous protest in history. It went on for several months, through the 2016 election, trended on Twitter, grabbed the attention of celebrities, etc. This is the story of the history of Indigenous resistance and how the protest at Standing Rock came to be.

I'll admit that this was a tough read for many reasons. I didn't follow this protest closely I am ashamed to say and hoped this book would fill in the gaps. But I don't think I'm the audience for it. Although learning more about Indigenous peoples has been something I've been trying to do, I found this text very "dense" and to me it felt like the author was talking to an audience that has a much deeper knowledge than I do.

The writing also wasn't my style, and I felt like he'd jump from topic to topic or bring in new topics within the same paragraph.

That said, I'm willing to bet that it has to do with my lack of knowledge on the subject. And I did really appreciate little details like noting whether someone in the text was white, black, Indigenous, etc. This is a subtle thing but it's not unusual for media reports to present nonwhite people accused of a crime with their mug shots or in some negative light while white people accused of crimes may have a "professional" headshot or family picture, etc. used instead. There aren't many pictures in the book but a small detail like this was useful and important.

I borrowed from the library. This wasn't for me ultimately but it may be for someone else. ( )
  HoldMyBook | Jul 14, 2019 |
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How two centuries of Indigenous resistance created the movement proclaiming "Water is life" In 2016, a small protest encampment at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, initially established to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, grew to be the largest Indigenous protest movement in the twenty-first century. Water Protectors knew this battle for native sovereignty had already been fought many times before, and that, even after the encampment was gone, their anticolonial struggle would continue. In Our History Is the Future, Nick Estes traces traditions of Indigenous resistance that led to the #NoDAPL movement. Our History Is the Future is at once a work of history, a manifesto, and an intergenerational story of resistance.

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