The Consequences Of Glen Coulthard And The Two Row Wampua

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In contrast to the Two Row Wampum treaty that idolizes peace and respect, with the metaphor of the two boats floating down the river of life together in a non-interfering way, is Glen Coulthard’s proposal of decolonization that says we have to sink the settler’s ship in order for Indigenous people to regain recognition and revive their rights. Coulthard sees the sinking of the settler ship as the only way decolonization can be accomplished because settlers have and continue to dishonour treaties, disrespect and take away indigenous rights and ignore the consequences of their actions. Moreover, Coulthard’s ideal for decolonization is intersectional, as it "must account for the complex ways that capitalism, patriarchy, white supremacy, and the
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