Charlotte Henay is a Bahamian diasporic artist, multidiscplinary scholar and Assistant Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies at Brock University, in the Niagara region of Ontario, Canada. She works with poetry, lyric and visual essays in writing about Black and Indigenous women’s voices as witness. Henay’s deathwork sits with the bones as protocols for spiritual reparations, making Afro-Indigenous futurities in diaspora. Integral to this work are Black-Indigenous land relationships, where land - and the archive - are embodied. The substantive goal of this work is healing justice, and the design of alternate worlds in relational frameworks.