Taming chalk

Text by Célia Xakriabá
Translated by Brena O’Dwyer
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, paintings by Denilson Baniwa



By building history as a counter-narrative, Indigenous people become more than a mere part of past history. Rather, they tell their own version in order to become part of a history that is being woven in the present, towards the future. To tame the chalk means to give new meaning to Indigenous schools, reflecting on the challenges and importance of a territorialized education.


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