Unsold and Indivisible

  • Jess H̓áust̓i

Abstract

Two poems, "Unsold" and "Indivisible". Jess H̓áust̓i is interested in how poetry as a form and the natural world as a space of images and relationships can give shape to human identity and experience. They explore this through storytelling practices that bridge Indigenous feminism, kincentric ecology, and the links between body sovereignty and land sovereignty. Jess thrives in the belief that place-based identities and Indigenous knowledge systems ground us in embodied ancestral wisdom and connectedness that empower us to steward and defend our motherlands with the same love and care we would employ in tending to a loved one; this belief is core to their practice of writing and organizing.

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Published
2024-03-05
How to Cite
H̓áust̓iJess. 2024. “Unsold and Indivisible”. Borders in Globalization Review 5 (1). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 51-53. https://doi.org/10.18357/bigr51202421808.
Section
Poetry