DIJAH - Steal Myself Back (Issue II Soundscape) by Textile published on 2021-08-05T13:01:06Z This soundscape is a collab between writers published in 'Space[s]’, elemental ancestors, and nonhuman animals living on the traditional land of Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg, and Attawandaron folk. In part, it is the story of a Black/Original/Afrikan person teaming up with Asaase/Parent Earth to duck capture and being traded for clout and money. Their reconnection is when everything changes: they open a portal to destiny. May we steal ourselves back. May we be unruly. May we be wild. Asé asé-o. featuring the words of: Cricket choir of Haldimand Tract Yasmeen Nematt Alla Zehra Nawab Nitica Sakharwade Sibling Owl, location unknown Amy Smoke Omi Ra Ancestor Ogoun/Thunder Ancestor Osun/Grand River of Haldimand Tract DIJAH DIJAH (pronouns: ¤`/.&) is a jaly, producer, regalia crafter, lyricist, and soundscapist based on Haldimand Tract/ "Waterloo, Ontario”. .& practice of Afrikan and diasporic indigenous spiritualities through art is a way to reflect on, connect to, and heal from the world around .&. Those looking to link with DIJAH can email .& at firstname.lastname@example.org.