How do we create liberatory spaces on stolen Indigenous land?
Where do queering and decolonizing and unsettling land intersect and support each other and miss or collide?
How are queer led land projects and intentional spaces navigating collective approaches to healing historic harms, land access, landback, and rematriation?
These are some of the questions a loose network of queer spaces, and intentional land project organizers are beginning to ask ourselves. You are invited to our emerging conversation.
Hosted by Sogorea Te’ Land Trust as part of our ongoing online political education, art and community learning engagements.
Inés Ixierda & Vick Montaño
Sogorea Te’ Land Trust
Deseree Fontenot & Hasmik Geghamyan
Mugworts Queer Cabin
Jasmine & Loma Unsettling the Klamath River
Queer Project on Indigenous Land Resources
- Sogorea Te’s Recommended Readings A developing list of reading recommendations
- Sogorea Te’s Rematriation Resource Guide An intro to some rematriation resources
- How To Rematriate the Land Radical Real Estate webinar with Sustainable Economies Law Center
- Unsettling Questions A planning, reflection and accountability tool for land return and rematriation
- Unsettling Minnesota/ Unsettling Ourselves A project and collection of readings around unsettling.
- Unsettling America Decolonization in