January 30th, 2014 Last Updated on: January 30th, 2014
Reclaim Turtle Island is a grassroots radical media project that works to develop resources to build capacity for Indigenous sovereigntist and anticolonial struggles in Turtle Island. So, later in October our primary focus was delivering support for the Mi'kmaq Warrior Society who were toe to toe against the state and a fracking company as they stood up for their land, waters and peoples. Some of this work included getting the word out about Warriors' treatment in jail, including supporting a Mi'kmaq Warriors fight against solitary confinement and having the honour to share the call to #ShutDownCanada. In 2014 the resistance continues, and we would like to continue supporting the active decolonization of so-called North America by elevating the voices of frontline land defenders and building support for grassroots Indigenous resistance to colonial-capitalism.
For this we need you. This crowd-funding initiative is to ensure that RTI has the equipment necessary to produce high-quality video, from shooting interviews to post-production editing, and our work will always be available for free online. In early 2014, we want to bring you stories of resiliance and inspiration from the Dine who are protecting sacred sites and fighting against the mining of uranium. We want to connect with the Ponca who are fiercely resisting tar sands pipelines and unearth some of the histories of colonization in the southwest. We want to bring a land defender from the heart of the tar sands to Lakota territory where they are resisting tar sands infrastructure across their Nation. We want to support the Innu resistance against Plan Nord and continue to nurture the roots of Indigenous liberation in northeastern Turtle Island. Our focus is Indigenous resistance for Indigenous people and Reclaim is more than a media project. Reclaim Turtle Island also directly engages in struggle against resource extraction as well as builds a network of land defenders across our territories. We are bringing eachother together with stories of resistance: to learn, to share and to better fight back. Please support this initiative and encourage support from your friends. #2014WarriorUp
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