Black Liberation and Indigenous Sovereignty
An Analysis of Property Rights in Nova Scotia
Keywords:Black liberation, Indigenous sovereignty, property rights, distributive justice
As part of a collective thinking project, article proposes that all Black Canadians move to Nova Scotia to set up a decolonial, anti-racist, non-patriarchal, abolitionist settlement. Recognizing the denial of the right to collective self-determination for Black Canadians, this article explores how Black Canadians can work in solidarity with Indigenous solidarity movements to correct the injustices of settler-colonialism.