Filed under: British Columbia, Environment, Land, Publication
Announcing a new publication Creeker, about the ongoing struggle at Fairy Creek on so-called Vancouver Island.
This summer on so-called Vancouver Island, thousands of people moved through a de-facto autonomous zone spanning multiple watersheds. An entire constellation of struggle burned bright this summer, welcoming into its fold a new generation of land defenders. We cannot begin to fathom the amount of stories of collective and individual experience that have piled up, but we also recognize how sleep deprivation, trauma loops, burnout, and the shock of returning to society can preoccupy our minds.
"The grassroots autonomy of this movement is vital to its strength + its existence. A generation has been lost to repression, gentrification, and nihilism…A new generation of resistance is being forged in the frontlines at Fairy Creek." @SaveFairyCreek https://t.co/xRYr6LVM1G
— It's Going Down (@IGD_News) August 20, 2021
This offering represents an attempt at encouraging others to share some of what they have begun to process, knowing that it will take years to integrate all they have gone through, for better and worse. Contributions for Volume 1 include odes, poetry, stories, reflection, news, and analysis.
Print – https://creekerzine.files.wordpress.com/2022/07/creeker-v1.9e-print-clean.pdf
Old Zine about the Elaho Valley Blockades: