Diana Quinn

For people of the global majority impacted by colonization—Black, brown, and Indigenous people—navigating identity can be complex and fraught. We are multifaceted and nuanced beings, often existing at multiple intersections of oppression and privilege. We move through a world where “settler colonialism is epistemic, ontological, and cosmological… [with] violence that is reasserted daily” (Tuck & Yang, 2012). Working with sacred plant medicines can be a powerful aid on the path to healing from the ongoing violence of coloniality. In our healing journeys, how can we avoid reproducing colonial harm?.. continue reading.

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