CSQ 47-3. In the Crossfire: Being Indigenous in Conflict Areas
Celebrating 51 years of promoting and amplifying Indigenous voices! Across the globe, too many Indigenous communities live in areas affected by conflict where their lives are at risk on a daily basis simply for going about their daily activities, providing for their families, and protecting the ecosystems that sustain them. These conflicts stem from colonial legacies, war, organized crime, land and resource disputes, conservation efforts, large-Scale development, and extractive industries, all of which serve to undermine Indigenous self-determination.
In this issue of the CSQ, we bring you the voices of people whose lives have been affected by conflict. As Sleydo’, Supporting Chief in the Cas Yikh House of the Gidimt’en Clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, says, “all Indigenous Peoples live in conflict with the State in some way or another and have become accustomed to it.”
Price includes domestic shipping and handling.