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¿Qué Son las Epistemologías del Sur?

¿Qué Son las Epistemologías del Sur?

February 27, 2020

¿Qué significa el concepto de epistemologías del sur? El sociólogo Boaventura de Sousa Santos propone esta perspectiva teórica para abordar el tema de la colonización y el proceso de modernización, aportando un nuevo enfoque al análisis y una alternativa para redefinir el conocimiento y los parámetros que definen su validez.

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What Are the Epistemologies of the South?

What Are the Epistemologies of the South?

February 27, 2020

What does the concept of epistemologies of the south mean?
The sociologist Boaventura de Sousa Santos proposes this theretical perspective to address the subject of colonization and the process of modernization, providing a new approach to the analysis and an alternative to redefine the knowledge and the parameters that define its validity.

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Spreading State Tyranny: Brazil’s New Dictator Bolsonaro

Spreading State Tyranny: Brazil’s New Dictator Bolsonaro

October 31, 2018

Indigenous nations must remain ever vigilant to protect themselves against greedy corporations seeking to confiscate their lands, resources and other wealth. Intercontinental Cry daily reports violence against indigenous peoples who…

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Celebrating our Ancestors! Cultural Appropriation?

Celebrating our Ancestors! Cultural Appropriation?

October 22, 2018

There are more than 5 million people in the United States who are socially, culturally and genetically related to the many indigenous nations that are presently recognized by the Bureau…

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Corporate Crimes, First Nations & Environmental Organizations

Corporate Crimes, First Nations & Environmental Organizations

August 10, 2018

Offsetting Resistance How is it that only now, a decade later–when the Tar Sands rapists, e.g. Sunoco, et al, are looming over the Salish Sea–their crimes against humanity are coming…

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Politics of Fear

Politics of Fear

July 17, 2018

Nuuca, the new short film by Algonquin filmmaker Michelle Latimer, focuses on the sexual violence against Indigenous women and girls by oil workers in the Bakken Fields. This unholy violence by…

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Rebuilding Democratic Society

Rebuilding Democratic Society

May 16, 2018

The power of moral sanction is central to rebuilding democratic society. An examination, therefore, of the strengths and weaknesses of this tool of social change is warranted.    Moral sanction alone…

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Outlawing Tribal Sovereignty

Outlawing Tribal Sovereignty

April 26, 2018

Termination as U.S. Policy In May 2016, the paradox of dual citizenship for American Indian tribal members–caught in a legal system that is used as a weapon against them–was the topic…

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Anti-Indian Movement Part 6: Players Program

Anti-Indian Movement Part 6: Players Program

January 26, 2018

Hate Radio As Dena Jensen reports, William Honea, Skagit County senior deputy prosecuting attorney –in justifying the CERA anti-Indian workshop in Mount Vernon, Washington on May 20–falsely attributed an incendiary quote…

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Anti-Indian Movement Part 5: Puritanical Conservatism

Anti-Indian Movement Part 5: Puritanical Conservatism

January 19, 2018

Fears of Pagan Socialism In Bron Taylor’s 20 April 2011 Religion Dispatches essay “Debate Over Mother Earth’s Rights Stirs Fears of Pagan Socialism”, he notes that, “Religious and political conservatives…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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