In the world today, there are important and pressing issues. Fights for land, title, and sovereignty take place daily in Indian Country. However, this remains silent to many and remains hidden within corporate media.
The camp stands strong above the banks of Wedzin Kwah. Our caravan arrived in time with 150 other organizers, activists, and warriors from across North America. We had come to learn about the resistance and find out what we could offer the people that are taking a fearless stance against the onslaught of industrial expansion.
Story by Jason Slade of Coast Mountain News - Photo by Aaron Lakoff
Freda Huson of the Unist'ot'en Clan and Toghestiy of Likhts'amisyu Clan of the Wet'suwet'en and their children arrived in Bella Coola this Tuesday from their home on the Morice River, tributary of the mighty Skeena River. They feel there are dangerous activities stirring in the North, and they invoked a plea for support.