Solidarity with Likhts’amisyu Stronghold

From Likhts’amisyu Stronghold’s Facebook page

togistyFrom Toghestiy: I’m helping the Unistoten off and on lately but spending also a lot of time in the bush. I am still in need of support and fundraising to make this new camp viable. I am also looking for help to start a Supporter House to provide logistical support from nearby communities. Any and all help is needed. Sne Kal Yah!!!

July 31 – Likhts’amisyu Stronghold will be hosting a new Supporter House in to accommodate supporters coming to assist with the frontline land defenders. A house has been secured and is in the process of being renovated and prepared to house allies coming to help with land defense. More information will be made available over the next few days on details. A mailing address will supplied soon to begin taking financial donations. Material donations can be made through this page or organized via an email address at Pass this on and show your support!!


Banner drop in solidarity with Unis’to’ten Camp

The following was received anonymously:

July 19, Buckley Bay “British Columbia” (K’omoks Territory) some anarchists dropped a banner from an overpass in solidarity with the Unis’to’ten Camp, which is currently facing escalating repression from Chevron and the RCMP. The banner read: “No Pipelines! Attack the Frack” Hundreds of leaflets were also distributed at the Denman Island Readers & Writers Festival. These small gestures have brought people together in our area to help spread bonds of resistance at this important time. Fuck Chevron and the RCMP! No Pipelines, No LNG!

St’at’imc re-occupation aims to stop logging, call for support

Originally posted on Warrior Publications:

Statimc junction creek 1 Christine Jack, on right, at Junction Creek, Xwisten Territory in the St’at’imc nation, March 16, 2015.

From Voice of the Voiceless, Junction Creek (Xwisten Territory, St’at’imc Nation), April 13, 2015

We have heard that Aspen Planers is going to start logging at Lac Le Mer, very near the camp, this week! We think they will be trying to start at Junction Creek too. Christine Jack who has been living at the camp is requesting support. We need more people up there ASAP!!!!

Voices of the Voiceless camp is an Indigenous re-occupation of Junction Creek area in Xwisten territory, St’at’imc Nation. This camp was set up on March 16th under the direction of Xwisten elders to stop the logging by Aspen Planers. The site of the VoV Camp is just below a heritage site that has huge cultural significance to Xwisten people. Junction Creek summer village has been a traditional…

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Help Build the New Unist’ot’en Healing Centre

healing-lodge“Many people first get involved with the Unist’ot’en Camp because our stance is clear and no nonsense – there will be no pipelines built on Unist’ot’en land. But they soon realize that the Camp is much more than just a blockade. It is a place of learning, of healing, of connecting with nature, of breaking with the legacy of colonization. Now this work will be expanded and consolidated through the establishment of a Healing Centre.

The Unist’ot’en Camp Healing Centre will have indigenous youth as its main focus. The Centre will contain counselling rooms; meeting rooms, a kitchen and dining hall and sleeping quarters.

The first phase of construction, commencing this spring, will be the kitchen and dining hall which will serve, not only the Healing Centre, but also everyone who comes to the Unist’ot’en Camp.” Find out more and donate here!


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