Living in diaspora is hard, Black, Jewish, and Indigenous people find themselves living far from the land that made them. For how many generations can we continue to hold onto our identity before we become somebody who was descended from .. somebody with an approved ethnic identity that no longer challenges the state.

Preserving that so that our children grow up knowing who they are, sometimes means making hard decisions to stay alive. Sometimes it means holding onto things in secret so that there is something for those who do survive.

But a reset is coming.

Listen to Daniel Delgado, a Quechua Jewish writer talk about his Authentic Indigenous Identity.

Transcript available here:

Holding onto authentic Indigenous lives with Daniel Delgado