No Pipelines on Secwepemc Territory

In Episode 62, we talk to a special group of powerful Secwepemc women from Neskonlith Indian Band. Neskonlith Chief Judy Wilson, elder Alice Aby and Kanahus Manuel from Tiny House Warriors all join the podcast to talk about the Secwepemc governance, laws and their responsibility to protect their lands from the Trans Mountain pipeline. They have called on us to support them in any way we can.

Link to Neskonlith’s notice to media with background information:

Link to Tiny House Warriors:

Press release demanding man camps be shut down:

When more information and links for support become available, I will post it here.

Here is the YouTube video of this podcast in case you prefer video-version:

Please note: Nothing in this podcast advocates for violence on Indigenous territories.

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(picture by Justin Brake used with permission by Kanahus Manuel)