Remembering is a radical act; it is an act of resistance.

From the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ in Standing Rock to Matsés resistance in Sierra del Divisor, we are active presences denying forced and coerced absence, erasure, and genocide. We are here to situate and deliberately reconnect memory to names, geographies, and communities; to rectify historical and epistemological erasure.

We welcome you to listen and learn with us.