An Indigenous person during the last Royal Canadian Mounted Police invasion on Wet'suwet'en land. She bravely and calmly ask the RCMP "Do you love Native People? Does the Canadian government love us? Do the police departments love us? Tell me do you love us? Do you love us?," as they climb over gate and with … Continue reading Do you love us?
Kalhkwa7acw! It is good to be back in this writing space. I want to share my experience from this weekend for anyone who is interested in learning about the Wet'suwet'en cause, and a bit about relation. Yesterday I marched in Vancouver in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en. Coastal GasLink pipeline and RCMP are under a number of … Continue reading In Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
This is a guest post from local raw food chef, yogi and mama, Sarinda Hoilett. She shared it on her website and instagram and Facebook on August 24, and gave us permission to share it here. via http://www.sarindahoilett.com/ “Justice will not be served until those that are unaffected are as outraged as those who are” … Continue reading Where do we go from here? Sarinda Hoilett lends some bi-racial insight to the conversation about race and privilege
Katherine Weed is a Pemberton resident and Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology student whose social feeds are full of insight. I asked her permission to share this recent post, from 22 August, in the hopes that it may be the first of many. by Kat Weed I've been feeling the heaviness of the events … Continue reading Hold up a mirror. A guest post by Kat Weed on how to deal with white supremacists and the news