Métis Anarchy and Politics with Molly Swain
Métis have always been a politically engaged people, with self-determination, collective action, freedom, provisionality, and relationality as central principles of how we govern and organize ourselves, from 19th century anti-colonial resistance movements to 20th and 21st century struggles for land and independence. This talk will explore some initial thoughts on Métis anarchism as a liberatory political project, grounded in Metis history and governance.
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Molly Swain in the news: How 2 Alberta Métis women secured 65 hectares of ‘Land Back’ in 3 months (CBC Indigenous)