Indigenous Struggles & Anarchism – Gord Hill

The anti-capitalist and anti-Marxist aspects of the Bioregional movement certainly come straight from anarchism. And Cascadian solidarity with Indigenous Resurgence against the treaty process west of the continental divide are also at the heart of our movement for decolonization here. Gord Hill, perfectly well spoken, as usual.


Originally posted by Vancouver Media Coop

Gord Hill began his tour at the Journée contre la civilisation organized by Média Recherche Action and La Mauvais Herbe.  He gave a presentation on the links between indigenous resistance and anarchism. What is the recent history of indigenous struggles towards decolonisation, and in what way did anarchists participate? What are the links uniting, or potentially uniting, indigenous resistance and anarchism? What is the history of solidarity between anarchists and anticolonialist indigenous peoples?

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