POCKETS of RESISTANCE no. 23
Pockets of Resistance is published online by Dark Night Press and supports the struggle for liberation of indigenous peoples
In this issue:
Speaking of Struggle Series – April 2003
Finding Voice: Telling Our Own Stories by Ward Churchill
Marxism and Indigenous Struggles: A Case Study of the Blackfoot Nation by James Craven
This issue inaugurates a thread of Pockets of Resistance pieces that give voice to activists and organizers in the field. It is intended to address the need expressed by Ward Churchill in our opening piece for writing from the field of struggle that educates to empower liberation. Jim Craven in our second piece discusses problems besetting cooperation and solidarity between various movements. Upcoming issues will present material on the contexts, pragmatic actions, and the spirit of struggle from Ramona Africa, Carter Camp and Subcomandante Marcos.
Marxism and Indigenous Struggles: A case study of the Blackfoot Nation