Gilio-Whitaker is concise and direct about the ongoing Indigenous resistance to environmental genocide, which she compellingly argues is not a new tactic of settler colonists. Essential reading for our time and geography.
Easily combining the modern ways of standup comedy for Indigenous folks with the tragic history of their 'real estate problem' (as the great Charlie Hill puts it), Nesteroff does wonders in 270 odd pages. He flexes his wide knowledge of comedy and show business and is upfront in the Author's Note that he himself is not Indigenous so his goal was to highlight the voices in comedy and show business who are. And, in these short but comprehensive essays/chapters, I think he succeeds.