Introducing this issue

Within this issue you will find stories of displacement and struggle, calls to action, and dreams of a future where decolonization is not merely a metaphor, but instead, a real return of land to those who have always called this place home.


Today, we continue to advocate for Indigenous peoples’ rights and work towards a more just and equitable society, where all people have the opportunity to live with dignity and respect.

Affordable Housing on Stolen Land

I grew up on stolen land. But as a Black woman in the Bay Area, primarily in the East Bay and partially in the Peninsula, I never fully understood that the land was even stolen, and that’s actually where the problem began.

Decolonizing Homelessness

Poverty has been a consumer product of krapitalism since the settlers first came here. As a matter of fact, poverty and disability was a crime in all the countries the settlers came from.