Where White Men Fear to Tread by Russell Means

Russell Means was, without a doubt, one of the most prominent and courageous American Indian leader’s of the 20th century. Where White Men Fear to Tread is the well-detailed, first-hand story of... Read more »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep.053-Ward Churchill WWLW Part 3

EP.053 Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill Part 3 of 3

In the riveting conclusion of our three part series with acclaimed American Indian Movement activist-intellectual Ward Churchill about his venerable book Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005, we discuss... Read more »

Bury My heart At Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown

The popular notion that the United States of America is “a nation of immigrants” is not merely a misnomer, but it is a euphemism that surreptitiously cloaks what it really is…A EUROPEAN/WESTERN,... Read more »

EP.052 Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill Part 2 of 3

In part two of this puissant series we discuss Indigenous people in Western cinema. Specifically we discuss the functionality of pejorative depictions of Indigenous people in cinema to the settler colonial project... Read more »

The Cost of Globalization: Dangers to the Earth and Its People by Julian Kunnie

The issues arising from rapid global integration have generally been treated in isolation by most academic works. This volume examines the many pitfalls of globalization from the perspective of impoverished and Indigenous... Read more »

EP.003: Catastrophism – Eddie Yuen – The Politics of Failure Have Failed The Environmental Movement and Catastrophism

On this edition of C-101 podcast we sat down with Eddie Yuen to discuss his piece entitled “The Politics of Failure Have Failed: The Environmental Movement and Catastrophism”, in the book in... Read more »

We Are Our Own Liberators: Selected Prison Writings by Jalil A. Muntaqim

What does it mean to be an “anti-racist”? We know you probably have a lot of answers to this question, but first off let us properly define racism. Racism is merely the... Read more »

Almanac of the Dead by Leslie Marmon Silko

When the ex-mistress of a sinister cocaine wholesaler takes a job as secretary to a Native American clairvoyant who works the TV talk show circuit, she begins transcribing an ancient manuscript that... Read more »

Marxism and Native Americans ed. Ward Churchill

In a unique format of intellectual challenge and counter-challenge prominent Indigenous people of the Americas and Marxists debate the viability of Marxism and the prevalence of ethnocentric bias in politics, culture, and... Read more »

Venezuela Speaks!: Voices from the Grassroots by Carlos Martinez, Michael Fox, & JoJo Farrell

A collection of interviews with activists and other contributors, this compelling oral history details Venezuela’s bloodless uprising and reorganization. For the last decade, Venezuela’s “Bolivarian Revolution” has captured international attention. Poverty, inequality,... Read more »