Kimberly Robertson Slay, 2017 Serigraph, Ed. 43, 20 x 26”


Kimberly Robertson
Slay, 2017
Serigraph, Ed. 43
20 x 26”

nformed by black, indigenous, and women of color feminism, this print pays homage to the women-identified warriors who lead the resistance against the settler colonial, white-supremacist, capitalist, and hetero-patriarchal bullshit that permeates our lives and affects our abilities to live in relationship with one another, with the earth, with our ancestors, and with our futures.

Kimberly Robertson (Muskoke) is an activist, teacher, scholar, and mother who hustles to fulfill the dreams of her ancestors and to build a world in which her daughters can thrive.