No. 212: The Constitution Express: A 40-Year Retrospective (Winter 2021/22)
Guest edited by Emma Feltes and Glen Coulthard.
Originating in British Columbia, the Constitution Express was an Indigenous movement launched in 1980 in response to the Canadian government's plans to 'patriate' the Constitution from the UK. It was a local, national, and international movement with far-reaching impacts on decolonial thought and action and among colonized people around the world. This special issue reflects the simultaneously local and transnational facets of the movement, and contributes a nuanced perspective on provincial politics and the scholarship of Indigenous rights.