Molly Wickham on Gitdimt’en Yintah Access

In Episode 42, we get to hear from native woman warrior, Molly Wickham of the Wet’sewet’en Nation in what is now known as British Columbia. She speaks to us about the situation on her territory and why it is so important that the clans of her Nation occupy their territory and defend it from pipelines. She talks about Gitdimt’en Yintah Access and also the occupation at Unist’ot’en.

As promised in the podcast, here is the link to the Gitdimt’en Yintah Access website:

The link to their supporter toolkit for those who want to offer support, including the official link for donations:

Here is a link to podcast episode 33 where I talked about how the RCMP invasion of Wet’suwet’en territory breached Canada’s own so-called “rule of law”:

That was based on an article that I wrote for Canadian Dimension Magazine that can be found here:

Here is the link to my most recent YouTube video done in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en calls for the RCMP to leave their lands.

Here is a link to my book: Indigenous Nationhood: Empowering Grassroots Citizens, which is a collection of shorter blogs which cover some of the issues raised in this podcast:

Here is a link to a new textbook on “radical politics” where I have a chapter on Indigenous resistance politics:

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Photo credit: This photo was provided by Molly Wickham.