Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation
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PM Press, 2021.
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Nick Estes., Nick Estes|AUTHOR., Melanie Yazzie|AUTHOR., Jennifer Nez Denetdale|AUTHOR., & David Correia|AUTHOR. (2021). Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation . PM Press.

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Nick Estes et al.. 2021. Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation. PM Press.

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Nick Estes et al.. Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation PM Press, 2021.

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Nick Estes, et al. Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation PM Press, 2021.

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Bordertowns came into existence when the first US military forts and trading posts, were strategically placed, along expanding imperial frontiers to extinguish indigenous resistance and incorporate captured indigenous territories into the burgeoning nation-state. To this day, the US settler state continues to wage violence on Native life and land in these spaces out of desperation to eliminate the threat of Native presence and complete its vision of national consolidation "from sea to shining sea." This explains why some of the most important Native-led rebellions in US history originated in bordertowns and why they are zones of ongoing confrontation between Native nations and their colonial occupier, the United States.

Despite this rich and important history of political and material struggle, little has been written about bordertowns. Red Nation Rising marks the first effort to tell these entangled histories and inspire a new generation of Native freedom fighters to return to bordertowns, as key front lines in the long struggle for Native liberation from US colonial control. This book is a manual for navigating the extreme violence that Native people experience in reservation bordertowns and a manifesto for indigenous liberation that builds on long traditions of Native resistance to bordertown violence.
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