Pre-order Bulbancha Is Still A Place: Indigenous Culture from New Orleans Issue #1 - The Tricentennial Issue
This POC Zine Project​ sponsored zine features writing and art from Indigenous scholars and community members in Louisiana and nationwide. It is a response to the many problematic and harmful aspects of the New Orleans Tricentennial celebration narrative and related events that deny the histories and present day experiences of Indigenous folks in the South. A must-read for anyone who cares about Indigenous communities in New Orleans, the Gulf South, and nationwide.

To pre-order (release date in August 2018, TBA) Bulbancha Is Still A Place Issue #1, please submit your information via this inquiry form for your public and private library / bookstore / classroom / pop-up / circulation needs. This is an essential and timely publication that will add value to your cultural production & curatorial work. 100% of the proceeds go to Indigenous groups involved with this publication. 

Submitting an inquiry doesn't obligate you to place an order right away; a team member will follow up with you re: your questions and next steps. Please note if you are interested in copies for ages 12 and under, as we have a version specifically for young children in the works. 

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"Many people still don't know that 'New Orleans' was already a place, a place with a name, before the first Europeans set sail for the area."
– Jeffery U. Darrensbourg, Ph.D., Tribal Councilperson and enrolled member of the Atakapa-Ishak Nation of Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas
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