These writers, thinkers, and feelers of the borderlands have not only unsettled-in-the-best-way-possible my own, always nebulous, thinking around identity, but they have invited us, implored us even, to consider the ethical dimensions of traversing borderland spaces.
As these voices have done, we acknowledge our multitudes and intersecting identities; sometimes contradictory, always plural, never fixed and always in processes of becoming. We are also actively feeling our way through the world with mycelial threads, reaching for others with whom to build relationship and with whom we can “tie our roots together
” (Sophie Strand) in the creation of a vast underground network of people, projects and organizations in a rhizomatic network of decolonial healing. We are grateful to the many people who have shaped, guided, and greatly informed the world(s) we’re creating toward inside The Global Village. In particular, our elders, guides, friends and family who make up our cast of co-dreamers and co-conspirators in Rooted.To learn more about me and the Rooted cast of creators
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