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Indigenous Environmental Network organizer Cherri Foytlin speaking the truth! #unistotencamp #standwithunistoten #TheTimeIsNow #stoptranscanada

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We are holding space outside of TransCanada board member Randy Limbacher's house in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en people to remind him that until there is justice for Indigenous peoples around the world trying to protect what is sacred to them, there will be no peace for anyone pushing pipelines through our territories. And after all these hundreds and hundreds of year there Randy, you are still perpetuating the same hate and harm on Indigenous women. We don't like it. We are not going to let you have peace when we can't have peace in our own territories. And we are gonna stand in solidarity with all Indigenous peoples everywhere.  And so maybe you go tell the rest of the TransCanada folks that.
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Indigenous Environmental Network organizer Cherri Foytlin speaking the truth! #unistotencamp #standwithunistoten #thetimeisnow #stoptranscanada #repost @leauestlaviecamp ・・・ We are holding space outside of TransCanada board member Randy Limbacher's

The Indigenous Environmental Network is looking for an inspired professional to be our Communications Coordinator!  They will be responsible for managing media relations, coordinating  messaging, generating media opportunities, managing the Indigenous Rising platform and more!

We are looking for a creative and passionate individual who seeks to join our efforts to Protect the Sacredness of Earth Mother from contamination & exploitation. 
Please share! Click link in our profile for more info and the full job posting!

Any Native media folks out there down to join our team!? #IndigenousRising #IndigenosEnvironmentalNetwork
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The Indigenous Environmental Network is looking for an inspired professional to be our Communications Coordinator! They will be responsible for managing media relations, coordinating messaging, generating media opportunities, managing the Indigenou

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Part one: 
The fight at Standing Rock isn't over, it's just moved to the bayous of Louisiana. The Dakota Access Pipeline continues to snake through the waterways of northern America, and we will continue to fight every inch that is laid to protect the water. 
Please watch the video below and donate what you can so we can keep pushing forward on the front lines. 
Donate at:

gofundme.com/nobbp

Much love and gratitude to all who have stood with us - either in person, spirit, or deed. We love you, and we love protecting the waters of South Louisiana.

Thank you, to Mutual Aid Media for putting this dope vid together for us.

We continue the struggle to stop the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.

We are water protectors. We do not yield.

#NoBayouBridge 
#StopETP
#WaterIsLife
#IndigenousResistance ️
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Sound on. #repost @leauestlaviecamp ・・・ Part one: The fight at Standing Rock isn't over, it's just moved to the bayous of Louisiana. The Dakota Access Pipeline continues to snake through the waterways of northern America, and we will continue to fig

URGENT: This just in from the Unist'ot'en Camp:

In an outrageous display of colonial arrogance Justice Marguerite Church has ruled that TransCanada/ Coastal GasLink can start site work preparation for its fracked gas pipeline on Unist’ot’en/ Wet’suwet’en territory as early as this Monday (Dec. 17). Church also ruled today (Friday) that the checkpoint gate on the Wedzin Kwah (Morice River) Bridge must come down within 72 hours. That will be 3:30 pm Dec. 17.

This interim injunction against the Unist’ot’en will remain in force until a judgement is rendered on a interlocutary injunction (a further interim measure); a date for that hearing is to take place no later than May 1, 2019.

The Unist’ot’en can serve an application response by January 31, 2019. To assist with legal costs please donate: http://unistoten.camp/support-us/donate/ 
TAKE ACTION TO SUPPORT THE UNIST'OT'EN CLAN AND WET'SUWET'EN HEREDITARY CHIEFS - JOIN THE FRONT-LINE

This is the time to stand up for Mother Earth! If you can be with the people on the front-line register on the website.

Let us know if you have a vehicle, have room for others or need transportation yourself. It is winter conditions up north including the access roads to Camp. Snow tires are a must and tire chains may be advisable.

If you are heading up with a vehicle bring supplies as well as passengers.
Spread the message on social media.
Make a donation to the Unist'ot'en legal and land defense fund on the website. After Monday people may need help with lawyers and possibly bail.

#unistoten #nopipeline #indigenousrising #stoptheinjunction #indigenousclimateaction #thetimeisnow #climatejustice #indigenousrights
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URGENT: This just in from the Unist'ot'en Camp: In an outrageous display of colonial arrogance Justice Marguerite Church has ruled that TransCanada/ Coastal GasLink can start site work preparation for its fracked gas pipeline on Unist’ot’en/ Wet’suw

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SOUND ON. Urgent dispatch from #unistotencamp below.
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The safety and wellbeing of Unist'ot'en territory is under threat from TransCanada's injunction application, which asks police to force a fracked gas pipeline through our home. We have hosted youth and womens' gatherings, and the centre is currently home to serveral of our Wet'suwet'en people who are receiving treatment for addiction.

We see TransCanada’s legal threat, which requests that the RCMP enter our territory by force, as a direct challenge to the safety of our residents and an extension of the colonial violence from which we are trying to heal.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT:
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⭐ DONATE - This is the official donation site: http://unistoten.camp/support-us/donate
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⭐ PLEDGE - Sign the declaration to stand with the Unist'ot'en: LINK IN BIO. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdNtxbSahBWHsa9Wy_sEelq8BAEp1mOsiiOzkvq9dE7ryMnGA/viewform?usp=send_form
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⭐ SHARE THIS POST - Follow us on social media for updates.
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⭐ COME VISIT OUR CAMP - Come yourself or organize a caravan. You *must* fill out the registration here: http://unistoten.camp/come-to-camp/camp-registration/
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Repost @risingtidena SOUND ON. Urgent dispatch from #unistotencamp below. . The safety and wellbeing of Unist'ot'en territory is under threat from TransCanada's injunction application, which asks police to force a fracked gas pipeline through our ho

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Our society is plagued with toxic masculinity. This toxicity reinforces rape culture, gender inequity, and destructive, sometimes fatal behavior. How can communities respond, and how do we effectively dismantle toxic masculinity while protecting the divine masculine? What will motivate men to change?
We know that we must transform the current dominating culture, which is centered around power and hierarchy, to one that is empathic, collaborative, and encourages healthy connection.
Our guest on the podcast this week is Dallas Goldtooth, a Dakota and Diné husband and father, who is the Keep it in the Ground Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network. Dallas has often spoken out about the ever-growing need for men to hold themselves accountable, dismantling patriarchy, and re-envisioning how this intensive work can be a form of decolonizing.
Join Ayana and Dallas in a discussion about toxic masculinity and then necessity for healing the men in our communities on our website, #Spotify, #iTunes, the #ForTheWild app, or wherever you prefer to play your podcasts.
(Photo by Josué Rivas // Poetry by nayyirah waheed)
#IndigenousRising 
#toxicmasculinity
#smashthepatriarchy
#accountability
#podcast
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#repost @for.the.wild NEW EPISODE • Our society is plagued with toxic masculinity. This toxicity reinforces rape culture, gender inequity, and destructive, sometimes fatal behavior. How can communities respond, and how do we effectively dismantle tox

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Wow, fam, 50k! This is a milestone we don’t take lightly. We are beyond grateful & humbled by the support you all have shown us for the past 3 years as we built this platform together from the ground up. Your engagement & support affirms that what we are doing is needed and critical right now.
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Wow, fam, 50k! This is a milestone we don’t take lightly. We are beyond grateful & humbled by the support you all have shown us for the past 3 years as we built this platform together from the ground up. Your engagement & support affirms that what we

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THE TIME IS NOW to support the #unistotencamp.

Last week, TransCanada tried to enter Unist'ot'en territory to begin work on their Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline. They were respectfully turned away by Johnny Morris of the Gidimt'en Clan. None of the Wet'suwet'en Clans consent to this project, and the hereditary chiefs have been clear that TransCanada does not have permission to build pipelines through our unceded and occupied homelands.

Unfortunately, TransCanada has decided that the best time to begin confrontations with the Unist'ot'en is while we are facing an ongoing family crisis. Freda's partner Smogelgem's mother is currently in home palliative care. In the past, oil and gas has escalated their efforts to push into our lands when we are enduring family crises. Enbridge and TransCanada's most aggressive efforts to enter our lands were made when Freda's brother and father had just passed away.

The time is now to support:
⭐ SHARE THIS VIDEO
⭐ COME VISIT CAMP
⭐ DONATE
⭐ LAUNCH A SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN

LINK IN BIO FOR MORE INFO.

#unistotencamp #unistoten #indigenous #indigenousrights #indigenousresistance #noconsent #noconsentonstolenlands #stolenlands #environmentaljustice #nopipelines #nofracking #transcanada #fracking
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#repost @risingtidena ・・・ THE TIME IS NOW to support the #unistotencamp . Last week, TransCanada tried to enter Unist'ot'en territory to begin work on their Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline. They were respectfully turned away by Johnny Morris of

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TransCanada failed first attempt to cross the Wedzin Kwa Bridge into Unist'ot'en Territory happened Monday.

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Since 2010, the Unist’ot’en have maintained a frontline camp to protect their territory from eco-cidal pipelines. First Enbridge Northern Gateway and then Chevron Pacific Trails saw their projects fail. Now, TransCanada has decided to try their luck with Coastal GasLink.

On Monday November 19th, the Unist’ot’en received formal notice from TransCanada that “field reconnaissance and pre-construction activities are scheduled to begin the week of November 19th and conclude before the end of 2018.” This work is being described as “critical” in order to “facilitate the commencement of construction in January, 2019.” In response the Unist’ot’en have issued to following call to their supporters: “If you are an individual, a grassroots collective, a sympathetic church group, or an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) or ENGO (Environmental NGO) please offer your support with us now. 
If you can launch a campaign, organize education forums, host kitchen parties, fundraise with our consent, organize a caravan, plan a trip to support us ASAP, donate, spread the word... please start. 
We just ask that you let us know in advance so that we can establish a contact and endorse any actions before they start.

They are choosing to attempt their pre-construction work and construction plans during the winter months. Winter sometimes forces many resistance movements into hibernation and also can hamper mobility for those travelling.

We need to band together now and begin our work to collectively stop them. #nowisthetime

To register to become a physical supporter please visit ‪www.unistotencamp.com‬

If you cannot join us physically, you can send donations to help us prepare for the large influx of supporters coming to stay with us this winter. This will be expensive and difficult to coordinate.

E-transfer donations can be made to ‪fhuson@gmail.com‬ - Please ensure that you follow-up with a second email giving the password. Or visit ‪http://unistoten.camp/support-us/donate/‬ for PayPal and other options.

Sne Kal Yagh,
Unist’ot’en Camp
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@risingtidena : TransCanada failed first attempt to cross the Wedzin Kwa Bridge into Unist'ot'en Territory happened Monday. LINK IN BIO Since 2010, the Unist’ot’en have maintained a frontline camp to protect their territory from eco-cidal pipelines

MEDIA NOTICE: THURSDAY (11/18) 11AM PDT -  FB LIVE!

Indigenous leaders from North and South America will speak out against proposed tropical forest offsets by the state of California, hosted by Indigenous Rising Media!

This will be a live presentation on Indigenous Rising Media Facebook page! 11am Pacific Time, 11-15-18 
Join and watch!

Background: 
Carbon trading mechanisms allow the fossil fuel industry to continue to emit carbon into the atmosphere, as well as devastate the health of communities living near extraction sites, infrastructure projects and refineries. Tropical forest offsets impact Indigenous people who have protected their living forests for thousands of years and have been shown to be ineffective & divide communities. On Friday, the California Air Resources Board will vote on this proposed California Tropical Forest Standard. Urge the Board to vote NO to reject false solutions! 
#KeepItInTheGround 
#OffsetsPollute
#NoTFS
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MEDIA NOTICE: THURSDAY (11/18) 11AM PDT - FB LIVE! Indigenous leaders from North and South America will speak out against proposed tropical forest offsets by the state of California, hosted by Indigenous Rising Media! This will be a live presentat

Repost @protectbearsears  URGENT: We have only 3 days left to #StandWithBearsEars and tell @BLMNational to provide real protection to threatened cultural resources. Submit your comment today: utahdinebikeyah.org/deis-comments/. #HonorTribes #BearsEarsHeals#NativeAmericanHeritageMonth. Link in URL!
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Repost @protectbearsears URGENT: We have only 3 days left to #standwithbearsears  and tell @blmnational  to provide real protection to threatened cultural resources. Submit your comment today: utahdinebikeyah.org/deis-comments/. #honortribes  #bearsear

BREAKING! Tonight Federal Judge Brian Morris rescinded the Presidential Permit of #KeystoneXL Pipeline - in a lawsuit filed by Indigenous Environmental Network
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Judge Morris’s 54-page Order overturns the Trump Administration’s approval of the KXL Pipeline and issues an injunction stopping all construction of the tar sands project
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#NoKXL #NoKXLPipelime #MniWiconi #WaterIsLife
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BREAKING! Tonight Federal Judge Brian Morris rescinded the Presidential Permit of #keystonexl Pipeline - in a lawsuit filed by Indigenous Environmental Network • Judge Morris’s 54-page Order overturns the Trump Administration’s approval of the KXL Pi