TAKE ACTION

 
 

READY TO TAKE ACTION?

In the long work of elevating Wet’suwet’en hereditary governance, there are many ways that supporters can step into movement through action.

Gidimt’en Camp welcomes solidarity from letters of support and rallies to non-violent direct action. The incredible and autonomous support generated after the raid on January 7th 2019 inspired the world to continue holding canada accountable for its treatment of Indigenous Peoples.

Please continue to organize in support of #wetsuwetenstrong.

Here you can find educational and action resources to continue that work.

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Wet’suwet’en Supporter ToolKit

Packed full of ways to engage, this toolkit is an incredible resource to educate yourself and inspire meaningful action. Find tools to make donations, sign the pledge, issue a statement of support, and access information on Wet’suwet’en jurisdiction and legal background.

 
Photo of a waste water tailings pond North of Fort St. John -- 2016 W. Zap

Photo of a waste water tailings pond North of Fort St. John -- 2016 W. Zap

Coastal Gas Link, Fracking and the health of “Bc”

An educational resource on the wide spectrum of damage done to the water and climate by fracking and the transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG). This booklet, developed by supporters of the Unist’ot’en Camp, locate the work being done by the Wet’suwet’en as critical in protecting the environment for all life.

 
Gidimt’en Camp at 44.5km, occupied by the RCMP and CGL

Gidimt’en Camp at 44.5km, occupied by the RCMP and CGL

Who is banking with Coastal Gas Link

Understanding the financial picture of Coastal Gas Link can enable supporters to put pressure on the institutions that invest in and maintain resources to industry through direct engagement and thoughtful action.

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The court house in Lheidli t'enneh territories is a prime instrument of colonial resource extraction from Stolen Lands.

The court house in Lheidli t'enneh territories is a prime instrument of colonial resource extraction from Stolen Lands.

PHYSICAL ENGAGEMENT

There are many ways to show up. If you are unable to come to Gidimt’en Camp and wish to support the work, appreciate that there are front-lines in every town. Research contracting companies, seek out public engagement opportunities, understand the role of the law in facilitating industry, and mobilize around this informed and broad application of pressure.

 

HOst a fundraiser

Before hosting a fundraiser, take a moment to familiarize yourself with Wet’suwet’en governance by watching this video. Next, carefully read through protocol for fundraising, then submit your proposal through the form on our website.

 

THANK YOU

for Gidimt’en territories and all future generations!