A short documentary on the initiatives of the Unist’ot’en, Madii Lii and Lelu Island camps and their resistance to prevent the development of LNG and fracking infrastructure in their lands and water.
A Youtube playlist of subMedia videos highlighting Indigenous Resistance Watch whole playlist here On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on one of the Taino islands, now known as the Bahamas, effectively kick-starting a brutal wave of colonization and genocide of “the New World” that continues to this day. But indigenous peoples didn’t take it… Read more »
Over 50 indigenous communities in the US and Canada, signed a historic pact to stop the expansion of Canada’s Tar Sands oil extraction project.
The Salmon farming industry is currently looking to expand it’s operations by 43% by 2020 along the coast of so- called BC.
Our Secwepemc friends are calling on accomplices to gather in their territory and stop the re-opening of the Mount Polley mine
Every year on Valentines day thousands of people across Turtle Island, brave freezing temperatures to remember our stolen sisters.
Comic book artist and indigenous historian Gord Hill recounts the history of the standoff in Gustafsen Lake.
On July 15th 2015, officers of the royal canadian mounted police (rcmp) tried to enter Unist’ot’en territory.
Transcanada attempts to enter Unist’ot’en territory.