Monty Hill is a student and critic of both skarù:rę (Tuscarora) / ękwehęwe (Indigenous) and western knowledge. He is currently living on the Tuscarora Indian Nation and is a doctoral candidate in Linguistics at the University of Buffalo with the Tuscarora Language. His research and writings are focused on challenging destructive ideologies across all borders.
Revitalizing Indigenous language is key to decolonization
February 19, 2016