Announcing New Page: Wet’suwet’en Solidarity in the PNW

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Since 2010, people from the Wet’suwet’en Nation in so-called British Columbia, Canada have been organizing to stop the construction of natural gas pipeline through their traditional territory. Anarchists across the world have acted in solidarity with this struggle against colonial extraction, especially so in the Pacific Northwest. This page will attempt to serve as a clearinghouse and platform for information regarding solidarity actions, propaganda, and history of the cross-border struggle against pipelines and in defense of the sacred river Wedzin Kwa on Wet’suwet’en territory. Worth noting is that actions carried out on Wet’suwet’en territory in solidarity with revolutionary struggles across Turtle Island, though not directly related to extraction and Wedzin Kwa, are also listed to show the deeply connected nature of our struggles across national borders.

Click through to visit the page and get links to resources and a long list of direct action against the pipeline on both sides of the U.S. – Canada border. You can also find this page at the top of the website at the far right of the menu.