This essay collages theories (settler colonialism, transnational feminism, Black and Indigenous feminist thought, and critical theory) for the purpose of dialoguing together through land-based Black and Indigenous solidarities. In our dialogue, we invite readers to think about how choosing theories and identifying intentions is a methodology of coalition. We demonstrate how this might materialize in three coalition possibilities: faith communities, neoslavery for dispossession and erasure, and reimagining borders.

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