Category Archive for: Direct Action

Clean Air Respirators – Direct Action Psychology

The proposal shared here is one of various scenarios presented to a frontline community to compliment their campaigns in defense of Mother Earth. The logic and framing of this direct action will be from a Diné perspective. NITSÁHAKEES – Thinking Visual banners are important in terms of media messaging but they can be underwhelmingly status…

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Racism: The Elephant In The Room

As an Indigenous artist and activist trainer who is well versed in large scale direct action art spectacles, I was brought in to help develop and a create an installation in Seattle by white organizations in solidarity with the #NativeLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter movements. The following is an excerpt of events that transpired that day and…

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