On our recent webinar Rethinking Thanksgiving: Solidarity with Indigenous Resistance, we heard about bold Indigenous resistance to ongoing settler colonialism and climate change, which we know is fueled by the current extractive economic system. AND we heard the call to move together in on-going, year-round, lifelong action to support these movements for justice. Please join us in answering that call by taking these highlighted actions.
- Make a generous split donation by clicking here — support Indigneous-led resistance!
- Take part in the Call to Action to support the Wet’suwet’en resistance in response to the which has been put out following militarized police invasions of their territory.
- Sign a petition in solidarity with NDN Collective’s #LANDBACK Campaign to return all public lands in the Black Hills to Oceti Sakowin.
- Send a letter to drop all charges against water protectors arrested for resisting Line 3.
- Sign the Coalition to Save Jackson Petition to support the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians who are defending their ancestral territory from logging.
- Sign a petition to drop charges against the Indigenous Peoples’ Day 5 and CALL District attorney Lori Frugolito (415-473-3719) and demand that she drop the charges against those charged with removing the colonial monument.
- Sign a petition for Leonard Peltier urging President Biden to grant clemency to world-renowned Indigenous political prisoner, Leonard Peltier.
- Attend the National Day of Mourning at noon on Thurs. Nov. 25, 2021 online or in person (Cole’s Hill, Plymouth MA). Go here for more information and here.
- Join the Indigenous Solidarity Network listserv here and click here to join SURJ.
- Join workshops on Indigenous Solidarity intended for non-Native people who wish to fight for #landback and Native sovereignty. Fill out this brief survey if you are interested.
* See our Action & Resource doc for more information about each of the actions + additional resources and actions!