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May 31, 19

Call to Action June 15th: Call for Frontline Solidarity with Unist’ot’en/Wet’suwet’en

Call for solidarity with the Unist’ot’en in mid-June as the government decides on whether to send in more forces to unceded territory.

The Unist’ot’en are counting on supporters to mobilize in a big way for the next step in our legal battle. From June 11-14, the BC Supreme Court will rule on the interim injunction. It will either be extended to an interlocutory injunction, giving a pass to more RCMP violence, or dismissed, ending the human rights violations. But regardless of the outcome in the courts, it is not up to colonial government and industry giants to determine our fate. We remain unceded, undefeated, sovereign and victorious.

On January 8th, you took action! You organized rallies and marches. You made solidarity statements. You wrote your representatives. You put on fundraisers and donated to the Legal Fund. You pledged to stand by the Unist’ot’en.

Now, we need you to stand up again, on June 15 regardless of the court outcome. The time is NOW to recognize indigenous sovereignty around the world. It is up to the Wet’suwet’en and our supporters to determine What’s Next.


★ Take Action where you live on June 15! (See Supporter Toolkit for ideas

★ Come to the Land: We are in need of long-term Indigneous supporters and allies who can be self-sufficient and spend a significant amount of time on the land (

★ Fundraise For Legal Support: (Please observe our Solidarity Fundraiser Protocols:

★ Educate: Create a Solidarity Statement and spread the word through media!

★ Share/Like/Comment: Please create a buzz around our latest Call to Action by sharing in your networks:

Thank you!
– MJ and Anne, on behalf of Freda Huson, hereditary spokesperson of Unist’ot’en

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The camp is located at the shore of the Wedzin Kwah and mouth of the Gosnell Creek. These are all tributary to the the Skeena, Bulkley, and Babine Rivers. The proposed pipelines from Enbridge Northern Gateway and Pacific Trails both seek to cross the rivers at the exact point where the occupation cabin is built on the Unis’tot’en Territory of Talbits Kwah.

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