Indigenous Activism, Community Sustainability, and the Constraints of CANZUS Settler-Colonial Nationhood.

Paul R McKenzie-Jones
In Mohawk Interruptus, Audra Simpson describes the process of settler-colonial nationhood as incomplete because of the continued presence of Indigenous peoples who will “defend what they have left” and “persist, robustly.” Within that framework, this paper will look at how Indigenous environmental and sustainability activism in the Anglo-settler CANZUS states restricts and impedes the processes of absolute settler-nationhood. Using four case studies to provide an analytical focal point, I will interrogate the overtly paramilitary state-sanctioned...
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