Renewal – First issue of Savage Family’s Friday Freedom Files
On September 6, 1995, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) violently attacked the occupation of the Ipperwash Porvincial Park, by members of the Stoney Point Ojibway band, shooting and killing indigenous land defender Dudley George
We are here not only to support the occupation against Junex but also to assert our inherent rights over our unceded and unsurrendered territory
This year Canada is commemorating it’s 150th anniversary. But for indigenous people there’s nothing to celebrate, and have called for nationwide actions
Once again Savage Fam brings anti-colonial fire with a no holds barred hot shit hip hop track just in time for the 150 anniversary of Klanada and a call to arms against the Kinder Morgan pipeline, set to start construction this summer in so called British Columbia.
They said no to more than one billion dollars offered by Petronas some time ago, but the Province didn’t respect the decision of the Band council. That’s why Laxkwaal’aams decided to occupy Lelu Island and stop the destruction of a delicate habitat: if the giant plant is going to be built, juvenile salmon will probably disappear from the Pacific coast of Northern British Columbia. “You take away the salmon, you take away the people”.
The marvel of nature and industry in Kitimat is something the mayor would like to believe in at all costs: the town with the aluminum smelter has approved the lng industries to come to town, but still wants to be known for its landscapes and outdoor activities.
There is a kind of tourist paradise in the Kispiox Valley, but it’s also for local kids: they can learn how to behave in the wilderness, they ride a horse, they get into the water, they get familiar with the river and the current, so that the adults of tomorrow will defend it.
In Honduras, the most dangerous country in the world to be a land defender, Berta Cáceres’ death has not silenced the many campesinxs fighting for justice and Indigenous Sovereignty. They mourn Berta’s assassination with powerful chants of “Berta Didn’t Die, She Multiplied!”