Glyphosate falling from the sky

A small group of Indigenous elders is suing the Canadian government to stop toxic glyphosate raining down on their land. Without you, they won’t be able to win this lawsuit and companies will keep poisoning their land.

Can you chip in today to stop this rain of death?

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Airplanes are flying over indigenous land in... Canada and pouring thousands of litres of toxic glyphosate on their forests.

Plants are being wiped out. Animals are disappearing. And Indigenous people who live on the land are facing a crisis.

The Canadian government is refusing to protect indigenous territory from glyphosate -- but, A, you could help stop this “rain of death”.

This small group of brave Indigenous elders have hired top-notch lawyers to fight the Canadian government in court and stop the glyphosate rain, but without your help, the lawsuit is dead in the water.

Suing the government will cost them over $100,000 -- can you donate today to keep this battle of a lifetime going?

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Glyphosate is Bayer-Monsanto’s favorite pesticide. It kills bees. And it’s dangerous to humans too -- over 13,000 people are suing Monsanto, blaming glyphosate for causing their cancer.

And as planes drench their forests with this poison, Indigenous communities have watched in horror as beavers, rabbits, songbirds, and porcupines disappear from their land. They also can’t eat, or make medicine out of, glyphosate doused plants.

Legal battles are long and expensive, and because of the backing of SumOfUs members like you, these courageous elders have started the legal process. But they can’t pay the legal fees to keep the lawsuit going, and ban glyphosate spraying on their land, without your help.

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SumOfUs members like you are bringing toxic glyphosate to an end. You fought the re-licensing of glyphosate across Europe, and thousands of you donated to Monsanto cancer-victim Dewayne Lee Johnson throughout his historic legal case.

And together, we’re winning. Countries across the world are banning the toxic pesticide. Retailers like Costco are getting glyphosate off store shelves. Bayer-Monsanto’s value is plummeting, and even its own shareholders are revolting against glyphosate!

A, you've shown time and time again that when ordinary people come together, we can take on even the biggest corporate giants. And with your help today, this small group of Indigenous elders in Canada can make history.

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Thanks for all that you do,
Amelia and the team at SumOfUs


More information:

TEK Elders will take government to court. The Mid-North Monitor. 4 April 2019

Trappers in Robinson Huron treaty area want aerial herbicide spraying to end. APTN.22 March 2019

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