NO DESIGN on STOLEN LAND: Dismantling Design's Dehumanizing White Supremacy: A 30-Day Devotional

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Primedia eLaunch LLC, Nov 2, 2020 - History - 225 pages
Capitalism is predicated on property ownership, and particularly stolen land. The US and Canada are premier examples of the appropriation and dispossession of land occupied by Indigenous Peoples. This special edition pamphlet illustrate tactics of 'undesign' adopted in the context of urbanism as settler-colonialism. Special Edition. Limited Print Run: 100. Color print on grey bond. Saddle stich, hand tied, thread bound. Wax sealed, vellum cover. 8.5" x 5.5", 54 pages. Proceeds towards Massachusetts Indigenous Peoples' Day Initiative (www.indigenouspeoplesdayma.org) led by United American Indians of New England (UAINE). Authors: Pierre Bélanger, Ghazal Jafari, Pablo E. Escudero, Hernán L. Bianchi Benguria, T. Kaewen Dang, Alexander Arroyo.

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