Guelph: Banner Drop in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

The Wet’suwet’en Nation is currently engaged in an ongoing struggle to protect their ancestral and unceded, sovereign territory from the Coastal Gaslink pipeline project (CGL) and the Canadian State. Just over one year after a militarized RCMP raid the Wet’suwet’en fear another raid- knowing that the RCMP will go to extreme measures, including killing, to protect industries interests. Recently, the RCMP have come under additional scrutiny for the “lethal overwatch” of Indigenous land defenders during the January 2019 raid. In an era of so-called “reconciliation” the Canadian state continues to occupy unceded Indigenous lands while violating and dismissing Indigenous sovereignty. This is not an attempt to only call out the blatant disregard for the lives of indigenous land defenders but to demand that the RCMP leave Wet’suwet’en territory altogether. #respectwetsuwetenlaw Read More …

Love and Rage from so-called Central Vermont

As the sun set over the mountains and the songbirds began to hush, we crept onto a highway overpass to offer a small gesture of solidarity
with queer rebels in Hamilton. We carried out this action in vengeful
catharsis against every queerphobe who has ever dared to mess with us and those we care about. Read More …

From Berlin to Hamilton: solidarity to our queer comrades facing repression

On June 15th, 2019 in Hamilton, Canada, Pride was attacked by a group of far-right homophobes, christian fundamentalists, neo-nazis, and queer bashers. They arrived with massive homophobic signs and banners, and immediately began to scream insults and slurs. They aggressively harassed individuals, made jokes about rape, and threatened physical violence. Read More …