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Get Your Hands Off Wet'suwet'en Lands!

stop the coastal gasoline pipeline

indigenous justice is climate justice.

No pipelines on stolen land.

take action in solidarity on #wetsuwetenwednesdays

The Wet’suwet’en First Nation is under attack.​ The same company that wanted to build the KXL pipeline, TC Energy (formerly TransCanada), is about to start building a 417-mile, multibillion dollar fossil fuel pipeline in northern British Columbia, Canada. It’s set to cut right through Wet'suwet'en lands without the consent of the hereditary chiefs. To protect their sovereignty and defend their lands, different camps were built along the pipeline route where land defenders have been living for over 6 years.

In the last year, militarized police have raided the Wet’suwet’en camps with assault rifles, dogs, sound cannons, and helicopters while Indigenous elders and youth stood by in shock. Now, all eyes are on Wet’suwet’en — and their​ hereditary chiefs are urgently calling out for massive global support. Here in the U.S., you can help by calling out the largest funders of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, JPMorgan Chase and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co (KKR). ​Their plans to invest in the pipeline aren’t final and there’s still time to stop them.

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Despite the COVID-19 crisis, TC Energy is still going ahead with Coastal GasLink pipeline construction and sending more workers and federal police officers onto Wet’suwet’en territories, putting communities at even more risk. Billionaire oil and gas CEOs see the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to push through whatever they can when the world is looking the other way.

Watch the short film about the Unist’ot’en Camp, Gidimt’en checkpoint and the larger Wet'suwet'en Nation standing up to the Canadian government and corporations who continue colonial violence against Indigenous people


protesters in alberta are under attack

learn about alberta's bill 1 and how it criminalizes fundamental freedoms for protesters and indigenous land defenders

bill 1 targets marginalized groups like land and water defenders and threatens the right to assemble on their own land


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