Excerpt of Shasha Ali, anak Melayu Singapura (native Singaporean) based in New Zealand, speaking on indigenous feminisms and social movements.
Speaking from a space of loss, displacement and hope, Shasha asks what being indigenous means, question its political usage amongst people of colour in decolonization, the promise and limitations of Idle No More in Asia, and spotlight Malay peoples' struggle for sovereignty in the context of Singapura. Shasha also reads out her poem entitled 'Being White'.
sali. (January 29, 2014). Indigenous Women and Social Movements in Aotearoa (Part 1). Retrieved May 25, 2020, from EngageMedia Web site: http://www.engagemedia.org/Members/sali/videos/Indigenous-Women-Social-Movements.mp4.