A call out for solidarity with the Unist'ot'en Camp

A call out for solidarity with the Unist'ot'en Camp r1 ...

Want to engage in this struggle, but not sure how?

The Unist’ot’en, Freda, and her family, are still on their territory. Freda’s home on the Yintah Talbits Kwah still stands. Cultural practices continue, food is still shared, the work goes on, and volunteers are still needed. Yes, Coastal GasLink and the RCMP have entered the territory and the violence experienced by the Wet’suwet’en has escalated as we saw in the recent documentary “Invasion”. This fight to protect the land, water, and our climate is far from over.

We as supporters are needed on the front line and in our home communities especially as RCMP harassment of camp intensifies. Where to start? How to tap in? Where to put our energy? We've got you! Read on for some suggestions of tangible things you can do to have a meaningful impact.

Host a Fundraiser

Legal fees are mounting, and the costs associated with running the Healing Center and protecting the Yintah are ongoing. Fundraising events are a great way to engage your community, spread the word, and contribute financially to the struggle. They can be creative and vary widely in form from. For more information on hosting a fundraiser please read over our Fundraising Protocols (http://unistoten.camp/fundraiserprotocols/) and get in touch to gain consent for your fundraiser.

Check Out the Online Store and Share

Solidarity shirts, bags, and merch with original designs by talented artists are available for sale with all profits going directly to the Unist’ot’en Legal Fund and Gidimt’en Access Point. Purchase one for yourself and show your solidarity, give one as a gift, and share the store on your social media. (https://www.solidarityartspace.com/)

Host a Screening of “INVASION”

Film screenings are a powerful tool for organizing and way to support from afar! More information on hosting a screening in your city can be found here. (http://unistoten.camp/media/invasion/)

Organize a Community Group

Building affinity with each other is inspiring and working together in support of the Unist’ot’en can be down right life changing. Maybe you’ve just had a screening of INVASION and people want to do more, or maybe you and your friends have been wondering how to work together to support the Unist’ot’en from afar? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register your Solidarity Group and receive bi-monthly suggested readings, films, discussion topics, activities and more.

Come to Camp
Come up or alone or organize a group of friends. If this is something you think you can do register here: http://unistoten.camp/come-to-camp/camp-registration/

Make a Donation

A great way to meaningfully support the Unist’ot’en is by signing up as a Monthly Donor or by making a direct Donation. (http://unistoten.camp/support-us/donate/)

Thank you for your ongoing support,
-Unist'ot'en Solidarity Brigade







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