A little matter of genocide

A LITTLE MATTER OF GENOCIDE: Holocaust Denial In the Americas 1492 to the Presentby Ward Churchill City Lights Books, San Francisco, 1997 Since the release of his book Marxism and Native Americans in 1983, Ward Churchill (Keetoowah Cherokee), a leading figure in the American Indian Movement from the early 70s, has established ... read more ››

Book review: Indians Are Us?

Indians Are US? Culture and Genocide in Native North America is the title of the latest book by Ward Churchill, the co-director of the American Indian Movement (AIM) in Colorado. Churchill, who is Creek/Cherokee Métis, touches on a broad variety of topics in the book’s various chapters, and devotes much of ... read more ››

Ward Churchill: Struggle for the land

Since I first discovered the writing of Ward Churchill, I’ve always found his analysis of the situation facing Native Peoples in North America pertinent. So it was a great pleasure to find that a collection of his writing about land-based struggles had been released in book form in Canada. Churchill, a Creek/Cherokee ... read more ››