Territory Acknowledgement

This post was written for the website native-land.ca, which is run by my friend Victor. Laura Phillips was immensely helpful in editing and providing suggestions on the initial draft. Why acknowledge territory? Territory acknowledgement is a way that people insert an awareness of Indigenous presence and land rights in everyday life. This is often done... Continue Reading →

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Ongoing Protests in Brazil

A lot of friends and family that I've seen recently have been curious to hear my thoughts on the protests going on in Brazil right now.  I can't profess to be an expert on this, or to know much more than I've been able to read online. Here are a few links, though, if you're... Continue Reading →

an introduction

I doubt this blog will last long; I have a tendency to forget to post and fall behind.  For now, though, I hope it will help me keep thoughts in order and friends in touch over the summer.   The blog's name comes from a favourite poem of mine.   here's to opening and upward,... Continue Reading →

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