“The Pueblo Revolt Never Ended”: Notes on the Confluence of Land and Water

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In this text written together, Alyosha Goldstein and Julia Bernal make sure that the stewardship of water, as well as its access, incarnates a full dimension of the LANDBACK movement. Using the example of the Pueblo Action Alliance directed by Julia, they demonstrate how the fight for WATERBACK is fundamental to both Indigenous sovereignty and to a decolonial ecology.

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Julia Bernal, Alliance Director, speaking at the Red Road to DC totem pole ceremony and delivery to the Department of the Interior onJuly 29, 2021. / Courtesy of Pueblo Action Alliance.