Toronto Rallies for Six Nations Land Defenders

On Saturday, September 12th, hundreds of people gathered at the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs Ontario to oppose the police violence against, and criminalization of, Six Nations Land Defenders at 1492 Land Back Lane. The group has been re-occupying their traditional land in Caledonia for 57 days to protect it from a proposed housing development. Read More …

Peterborough: Poster campaign in support of 1492 Land Back Lane

In Nogojiwanong, so-called Peterborough, posters were pasted up in an effort to foster local awareness & support of the land defense of 1492 Land Back Lane on Six Nations of the Grand River territory. The posters include the official e-transfer address, as well as a QR code and alternate instructions for reaching the official legal defense GoFundMe. We are in solidarity with Haudenosaunee land defenders and everyone arrested in connection to Land Back Lane. Read More …

Six Nations: Call for an End to Criminalization of Land Defenders: Day of Solidarity October 9th

In the past week, ten people have been arrested in connection to 1492 Land Back Lane. These include Allies who are non-Indigenous and people from other Haudenosaunee communities, as well as Mohawk researcher Courtney Skye and Oneida journalist Karl Dockstader.

Arresting our kin and allies is an escalation of violence on behalf of the OPP. Canada is choosing how to address our concerns and issues, and they have chosen to use police violence and criminalization instead of engaging with our community. Read More …