Monthly Archives: February 2020

Basic Security Practices for Organizers

We see a lot of folks who are new to organizing engaging with our blog and work, so we thought it would be helpful share some best practice security protocols from our collective organizing experiences. It is useful to remember … Continue reading

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Indigenous Water Protectors and Environmentalists Call on Chase Bank to Divest From Fossil Fuels in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

Press Release prepared by Desiree Kane After over a decade of Wet’suwet’en on the front lines of pipeline construction in so called Northern Canada, local Front Range community members and Indigenous activists from the Arapaho nation are joined by water … Continue reading

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#MMIWG

Why Red Dresses? There is an epidemic in the Indigneous communities in North and South America that sparked a movement called Missing and Murdered Indigeneous Women and Girls or #MMIWG.   This campaign is for the silenced indigenous voices of our … Continue reading

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Know Your Rights Resources + BAJI and BLMP statements on the new racist “travel” ban

As this critical year begins, we are inspired by the many of the groups we work with who are mobilizing for justice and liberation, and tackling the numerous political challenges that have been put forth since the beginning of the … Continue reading

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