BUF Sanctuary, 7-9 pm
Come out and hear from a crew of young folks from Bellingham who spent part of this past December at the Unist'ot'en camp, a reoccupation of unceded Unist'ot'en territory in northern B.C. that is blocking the construction of multiple fracked gas and tar sands pipelines.
The event will include short videos about the Unist'ot'en Camp, testimony and photos about our expierences and what we learned while at the camp, and a discussion of how people in Bellingham can support this incredible frontline resistance to ongoing colonialism and fossil fuel development.
If you are interested in going up to the camp yourself this will be an event you won't want to miss. We will be discussing logistics for how people can get up there this spring.
There will be a passing of the hat to raise at the event to raise funds for the camp.
People are NOT expected to donate to attend the event.
However if you are able to contribute please consider bringing cash or a checkbook help sustain the amazing work that is happening at the Unistoten Camp. The camp relies on grassroots donations and doesn't get any money from NGOs or Government.