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Hamilton, Ontario: Report back on Land Defender Solidarity Demo

An anonymous submission to Northshore Info. The land defender in question was released this morning.

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Collectives prepare for historical visit of Zapatista movement in Madrid

On February 2, 2001, a march called La Marcha del Color de la Tierra set out from Chiapas, Mexico. On March 11 after thousands of kilometers it arrived to the capital Mexico City. The mobilization of the  Zapatista delegation proved symbolic and had a strong resonance with a whole generation of social movements throughout Europe. After two decades, another historic event will take place. Several Zapatista delegations will visit the European continent in July, August and September. In Madrid and other territories, different social movements are already preparing for the meeting.

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So-called Canada: Another Word for Settle: A Response to Rattachements and Inhabit

So-called Canada. It was winter 2020 and in the aftermath of the most inspiring anti-colonial uprising of my lifetime, I read Rattachements[1] (Re-attachments in English) and Inhabit[2]. The trains had started up again across the country, and COVID-19 was starting to reorder our lives mere weeks after we had been doing our small part to help shut down Canada. In and around Tio’tia:ke (Montreal) where I live, there were many Indigenous-led initiatives, including solidarity rounddances that blocked traffic downtown, and of course the month-long blockade of the railway tracks that run through Kahnawá:ke. On and around the island, the engagement of settlers in #ShutDownCanada took a number of forms including clandestine sabotage of rail infrastructure, demos and vandalism of RCMP property, and multiple rail blockades, one of which lasted a few days.

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#ShutDownCanada Recap [Video]

It has been a year since our yintah and people survived 5 days of raids by the RCMP and #ShutDownCanada happened!
Looking back it was a time of beautiful strength and solidarity.

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Anarchy in the Burbs

Anarchy in the Burbs is a new autonomous anti-colonial and anti-capitalist media project from the Inland Empire region of Southern California that includes a web-hub, original analysis, and a publication. 

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Wet’suwet’en territory: #ShutDownCanada Anti-Repression Posters Up

So-called Canada. A few shots taken a week or two after an experimental exercise in the quaint little picturesque mountain town of Smithers (glad to see most of the posters stayed up!). This little hamlet/colony happens to be located in one of two yintah’s (territories) of the Cas Yikh (Grizzly Bear) – part of the Gidumten Clan of the Wetsuweten – the other Cas Yikh yintah is where the Gidumt’en Checkpoint kicked of the “shutdowncanada” movement with two years of winter blockades.

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How so-called Canada is targeting Indigenous resistance to TMX

So-called Canada. The handful of supporters in the sparsely-populated courtroom came there to bear witness and stand in solidarity with an Indigenous Elder who had just been tried for a second time and was now awaiting the verdict.

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Day 200 – 1492 Land Back Lane Update from Skyler

So-called Canada. Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. When Haudenosaunee Land Defenders are required to defy injunctions to protect our territories, we are arrested, charged, threatened and incarcerated.

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Armed Road Block in Support of Mapuche Political Prisoner César Millanao in Chile

So-called Chile. Armed with heavy-caliber firearms and camouflage clothing, a group of weichave (Mapuche word for combatants) cut off traffic on Route P70-S that connects the communes of Cañete and Tirúa in the Bío Bío region.

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The largest pandemic: Colonialism

We witnessed how the discourses and strategies outlined during the pandemic swept generations of struggle for cultural autonomy. Re-calling the historical colonial notion of bringing civilisation and solutions to the global-south.

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