Unlikely Alliances: Native Nations and White Communities Join to Defend Rural Lands

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Price
$34.50
Publisher
University of Washington Press
Publish Date
Pages
392
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.9 X 1.0 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780295741529

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About the Author

Zoltán Grossman is professor of geography and Native studies at The Evergreen State College. He is a longtime community organizer and coeditor of Asserting Native Resilience: Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Face the Climate Crisis. Find out more at https: //sites.evergreen.edu/unlikelyalliances.

Reviews

"This text offers itself as a pragmatic guide, and, as such, its ideology tends to privilege finding immediate solutions for the crises it addresses. This immediacy is fitting, of course. Ecological threats aren't the kind of thing that can wait to be resolved. Unlikely Alliances is also, ultimately, a hopeful text, one that celebrates a kind of progress in these alliances."

--John Gamber "Transmotion"

"The most valuable contribution of Grossman's detailed study is that it provides a useful guide for building alliances against environmentally destructive projects and evaluating what strategies have been successful, and which ones have not worked so well, in defending rural land, resources and cultures."

--Al Gedicks "Race & Class"

"Unlikely Alliances is particularly salient in a contemporary context of both political gridlock and increasing environmental threats. With specific attention to each rural context, Grossman acknowledges complexity and the dynamic intersecting factors that allow Native/white alliances to thrive or, conversely, to erode and dissolve. The lessons he offers from rural Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Nevada, and beyond support the place based work of constructing collaboration across lines of historic conflict."

-- "Native & Indigenous Studies Journal"