is grateful to be living in the beautiful traditional and unceeded lands of the Multnomah, Clackamas, Kathlamet, Tualatin Kalapuya, Chinook, Molalla and many other bands and tribes
Sarah Farahat is a transdisciplinary Egyptian American cultural worker, abolitionist, and educator dreaming of a more collective future amongst the rubble of capitalist empires. For the past twelve years she has organized her life around questions of identity, assimilation, grief, socio-political struggle, collective liberation and self-determination. She loves learning through stories, plants, music, food traditions and healing arts.
A backporch interview by Justseeds artist Sarah Farahat and friends. We use Zelda Edmunds’s digital creative platform “Ancestors of Palestinian Liberation” as an opportunity to talk about the important contributions of Naji Al Ali, Rim Banna, Mahmoud Darwish, Ghassan Kanafani, Razan Al Najjar, Edward W. Said and Fadwa Tuqan on Palestinians today.
In 2016, I joined water protectors on Standing Rock Lakota Sioux land to stop the “black snake” of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Many memorable moments stand out to me during my…