Decolonization: Meaning What Exactly? Useful for defining what decolonization is and the steps involved. Also has good resources at the bottom.
Decolonization is not a metaphor by Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang
Learning from the land: Indigenous land-based pedagogy and decolonization. By Wildcat, et. al.
We Must Decolonize Our Museums by Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko. A terrific 9-minute TED talk by Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko, director of the Abbe Museum on MDI who has become a national leader on the effort to “decolonize” museum culture.
Dr. Michael Yellow Bird speaks at Portland State University, “Healing through neurodecolonization and mindfulness.” Indigenous scholar and activist, citizen of the Arikara (Sahniish) and Hidatsa Nations in North Dakota. Dr. Yellow Birds activism focuses on: Native American and other Indigenous Peoples cultural and political rights; Indigenous Peoples’ health and wellness, neurodeocolonization and mindfulness; and Colonization and methods of Decolonization.
For Indigenous Eyes Only: A Decolonization Handbook (Native America Sereie). Recognizing an urgent need for Indigenous liberation strategies, Indigenous intellectuals met to create a book with hands-on suggestions and activities to enable Indigenous communities to decolonize themselves.
Discussing Decolonization on Wabanaki Windows (WERU). Maulian Dana, Darren Ranco, Dr. Rebecca Sockbeson and Cinnamon Catlin-Leguto discuss different meanings of decolonization, the possibility of decolonizing our institutions in Maine, and how we can effect change.
White Allies, Let’s Be Honest About Decolonization. Kyle White’s piece in Yes! Magazine about the danger of settler environmentalist “allies” to perform gestures towards decolonization that fail to actually support Indigenous survival.