• Ways to Support

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    Court Solidarity

    Attend Court Dates

    Attending Court Dates is an important and viable way to pressure our legal systems to uphold moral law and side with the people, not corporations.

    Trust a Diversity of Tactics

    We the people need to trust in our common want of peace and prosperity for all Life. Our friends and neighbors act in different ways to make that happen. In the "movement" it is important to trust each others' intentions and our actions that follow, recognising we all really want the same thing -- peaceful and prosperous communities.

    1. our solidarity will be based on respect for a diversity of tactics and the
    plans of other groups.
    2. the actions and tactics used will be organized to maintain a separation of
    time or space.
    3. any debates or criticisms will stay internal to the movement, avoiding any
    public or media denunciations of fellow activists and events.
    4. we oppose any state repression of dissent, including surveillance,
    infiltration, disruption and violence. we agree not to assist law enforcement
    actions against activists and others.

    St. Paul Principles

    Both Jess and Ruby recognise their privilege as "white, women" and took risks in support of indigenous sovereignty and for a better way of life. Please self-educate as what you can do as another person who may have some privilege.

    Points of Unity from Setting the Record Straight

    1. We recognize that “race” is a false construct, arbitrarily created by Europeans to establish and maintain privilege and power. “Whiteness” was invented for similar reasons and serves as “North” on the illegitimate “compass” of race by creating hierarchies of language, skin tone, religious practice, and culture. We seek to deconstruct these oppressive paradigms and take part in the effort already established to build and resurrect models of human interaction based on cooperation and the value inherent in our various traditions and cultures.
    2. We recognize and respect the inherent autonomy and self-determination of indigenous groups. We define autonomy as the capacity of communities to survive and thrive without interference or threat of violence from outside forces. We see self-determination as the power of a community to define its own fate and course of action.
    3. We seek an immediate end to all genocidal policies and activities. We oppose the full range of genocidal actions, including things like cultural appropriation, which are often mistakenly thought of as non-genocidal because they don’t necessarily entail direct physical violence.
    4. We seek to help create relationships of true and lasting justice between indigenous and non-indigenous communities. We believe that those who benefit from the occupation of indigenous territories have a responsibility to put effort into helping build these fundamentally just relationships. If necessary, non-indigenous communities should make themselves available to indigenous groups as a source of aid and support. Because everyone ultimately stands to gain from this process, we promote mutual empowerment, not charity.
    5. We support and respect a diversity of tactics and efforts made by colonized groups to resist oppression and/or reclaim complete autonomy. However, we may not condone all methods used, or choose to utilize certain methods ourselves.
    6. We will actively fight all oppression in ourselves, our collective and events, in liberatory movements, and outside the movement. We hold that all systems of oppression are linked, and that no movement for liberation can succeed while replicating/maintaining any oppression. We will not tolerate any form of oppression. Some systemic oppressions include racism, sexism, transphobia, and ablism.

    Contact Local Media

    With Letters to the Editor or your local news stations

    Holding local media accountable to their obligations as press to print and share important stories that encourage critical public discourse and not another corporate narrative.