August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Monday, March 2, 2020

'Kahnawake Stands with Wet'suwet'en' Listen to Coffee with my Ma: Voices from the Frontline



Indigenous Peoples have shut down Canada. Listen to the voices from the frontline at Kahnawake, as Mohawks stand in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en.

Listen: it is a great time in history

Coffee with my Ma
Podcast by actress Kaniehtiio Horn, daughter of Kahentinetha Horn
March 2, 2020

Listen:
https://coffeewithmyma.buzzsprout.com/140716/2896780-bonus-episode-kahnawakestandswithwetsuweten
#KahnawakeStandsWithWetseweten a short podcast highlighting the voices of Kahnawake and the people standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters out west.
www.unistoten.camp
Music by Kristi Lane Sinclair

Tyendinaga Mohawks Blockade: Still Standing and Building on March 2, 2020






Tyendinaga Mohawks Blockade: Still Standing and Building on March 2, 2020

By Real Peoples Media
Censored News

DAY 25 We are still here. Despite the wet and rainy weather today our men were hard at work setting up more tents for people to sleep, eat and gather. A medical tent was erected today which will soon be full of medical supplies. The tent closest to the checkpoint will be the new food and logistics tent where visitors can drop off supplies and speak with the people at the camp.

'We're not standing down' Solidarity with Wet'suwet'en: March 2, 2020


Molly Wickham, spokesperson for Gidimt'en clan of Wet'suwet'en
'Keep the pressure on' Gidimt'en spokesperson urges Wet'suwet'en solidarity movement not to let up
By Erin Seatter
Ricochet Media, March 2, 2020
We’re not standing down, and we’re not asking anybody else to stand down either.”
Molly Wickham, spokesperson for the Gidimt’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en, says the nation’s struggle for sovereignty is not over, following the tentative agreement between the Wet’suwet’en and the B.C. and Canadian governments.