Wet’suwet’en Updates 2.7.2020 Evening

Several of us gathered in Des Moines, Iowa, for a vigil in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en peoples. Our friends at Bold Iowa and Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (ICCI) helped notify people about our vigil. Thank you and thanks to those who attended.

BREAKING: At roughly 4:44 a.m. this morning B.C. time RCMP tactical units breached the first Wet’suet’en camp at 39 KM. Journalist Jerome Turner is embedded in the camp at 44 KM and is sending out live updates.
While we wait for more details on the raid, here’s our video report on the people in the camp at 66KM. The RCMP are presumably heading for this camp now. Follow @ricochet_en on Twitter for the latest. We are the only outlet with an embedded journalist providing real time updates.

Hundreds marched through downtown Ottawa | APTN News
Hundreds marched through downtown Ottawa Friday afternoon in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation.
APTN’s Jamie Pashagumskum was there.
Learn more and read the latest about the conflict here: https://aptnnews.ca/wetsuweten/

2.7.2020 at 6:16 PM
On the water, for the water
When the roads are closed, take the water. Cody Merriman headed up the Wedzin Kwa river to stand with our relatives. RCMP cannot keep us off Wet’suwet’en lands.
#Wetsuwetenstrong #Waterislife
Wet’suwet’en Access Point on Gidimt’en Territory

2.7.2020 at 2:26 PM
Update from the Gathering Place at 27km as of 11:35 am. Prayers and ceremony are happening. The voices coming out from Gidimt’en Camp at 44km are strong and steady. If you’re able to go to 27km the people are gathering. Otherwise stand where you are and let them know we are all one! Wë nul ggit gin! (Be brave!) Wewe nïgil git (We are not afraid)
Ways to support: www.yintahaccess.com
Wet’suwet’en Access Point on Gidimt’en Territory

#WetsuwetenStrong #RCMPstandDown #NoTrespass #WedzinKwa #DefendTheYintah #RCMPareMercineries #WouldYouShootMeToo #LandDefenders #WaterProtectors #RiseUp #LightYourSacredFires #AllEyesOnWetsuweten

RCMP Escort Industry and Block Wet’suwet’en People
Footage from yesterday morning, when RCMP denied Chief Sleydo’ (Molly Wickham) access to her own territory and home, blocked media, and escorted Coastal Gaslink contractors in.
Our territories are being turned into a police state while RCMP violently invade our lands so that Coastal Gaslink can destroy them.
We have never given up our rights to this land. We have never consented to this project. The 22,000km2 of Wet’suwet’en land remain unceded, unsurrendered, and undefeated.
Our hereditary chiefs remain steadfast that no pipelines will be built here. They lead with integrity. This is Gidimt’en land and it always will be.
Wet’suwet’en Access Point on Gidimt’en Territory

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