ANMLY #27 :: Indigenous Futures and Imagining the Decolonial


Coined by Grace Dillion, Indigenous Futurisms is a movement concerned with imagining anti-colonial realities in the past, present, and future. In this folio, editors from four nations, The United States, the Nanticoke Nation, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines have sought to bring together in solidarity both Indigenous people and peoples impacted by colonialism to create a collection of writing and art. We hope to imagine and re-imagine the past, present, and future in ways that refuse and protest anti-Indigenous and colonial powers in stark contrast to what we, together, are able to create.

Co-Edited by Raquel Salas Rivera, BBP Hosmillo, & Sarah Clark