Decoloniality and Positionality by Breana Johnson, Tarell Kyles, and Mari Larangeira - PGIAA
Colonialism and resistance to it, began in the 15th century with the imposition of European cultures and geopolitical powers upon Indigenous cultures. While simultaneously carving up land and bodies in terms of the material exploitation of non-European entities, colonialism also resulted in a sort of “carving up” of human consciousness and psyche. These fracturing processes,Read More