In part one of this two-part discussion, Rue, Kenzie, and Mica talk about how they, as queer settlers, each engage in the work of decolonial healing. They begin by telling the story of the Seal Hunter and the Selkie, a traditional Scottish tale of repairing relations between nations when one nation has violently harmed the other. Afterward, they discuss settler colonialism, decolonization, decolonial practices, healing from whiteness and white supremacy, white guilt and shame, reclaiming pre-colonial European spiritualities and practices, animism, solidarity and liberation, sovereignty, and more.
Here are a few resources on these topics (more will be shared in part two):
Four levels of denial: https://decolonialfutures.net/4denials/
Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change by Sherri Mitchell
Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer
Honor the Earth - movement to protect the land and water against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline in Minnesota.