Upping the Anti’s Editorial Collective would like to express its unwavering solidarity with the brave Wet’suwet’en land defenders
struggling against the Coastal Gaslink pipeline and fighting for a just and decolonial future for all of us. We also support the dozens of solidarity blockades, direct actions, and rallies that have emerged over the last month from coast to coast to coast. We know there can be no economic, racial, gender, or climate justice without Indigenous justice. The fight to defend Wet’suwet’en land from capitalist and colonial invasion stands at the forefront of these struggles.
Members of UTA’s Editorial Collective strive for our commitment to anti-colonialism and Indigenous self-determination to
extend beyond a simple statement. Many of our members have been actively involved in solidarity activities in Toronto. Many of our current and past writers across the country are also actively supporting this struggle from where they are located. We strive to consistently publish writing that engages theories and practices of land defense, Indigenous solidarity, and decolonization. Now more than ever, we feel the dual need for theory-informed movements and movement-informed theories. It is in this spirit that we re-post our interview with Freda Huson and Toghestiy’s about the Unist’ot’en camp from 2015.
Reconciliation is Dead.
Revolution is Alive.
All Power to the Blockades!
UTA Editorial Collective