Violence Against the Land is Violence Against Women

Climate change has caused us to take a look at ourselves and reevaluate our relationship with each other, our communities and the land. Indigenous communities continue to be at the forefront of not just experiencing climate change but at the heart of the fight against the causes of climate change. Women are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and Indigenous women are more likely to experience sexual and physical violence in their lifetime. This webinar explores how violence against the land through the extraction and exploitation of resources and fossil fuels perpetuates violence against women. Resources taken from our lands contaminates the environment and damages eco-sy

#ProtectTheInlet #Stopitatthesource

On March 10th, 2018, over 6500 Indigenous and settler peoples from across Turtle Island -- including Indigenous representatives from the tar sands, Standing Rock and as far east as the Mohawk and Anishnaabe territory -- came together to stand in solidarity a the Protect the Inlet events with the Coast Salish Nations challenging the expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. The KM pipeline would carry crude tar sands oil from Alberta Tar Sands through interior territories of British Columbia and to the Coast terminal in Coast Salish territory. This event was organized and led by local Indigenous peoples highlighting the importance and power of Indigenous led climate justice stra

Red Tide Webinar

Webinar with Indigenous Climate Action, Toi Toi Manawa Trust and Pacific peoples Partnership discussed the Red Tide Climate Action Summit.

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