Energy Politics

2020 Decisions revoking permits or delaying pipelines in and near Native lands have created momentum for environmentalists and Indigenous protesters. See especially

Protests in Canada

Cultural Survival “Land is Life” “We Stand With The Wet’suwet’en” – Wetsuweten Solidarity Event – Rail Yard near Pioneer Village Station Blockaded – Vaughan, Toronto, Ontario – February 15, 2020

Police Move to Clear Canada Rail Blockade by Indigenous People The New York Times (February 2020)

‘The Nation Has Stood Up’: Indigenous Clans in Canada Battle Pipeline Project Amber Bracken of the New York Times (January 2019)

Police officers making an arrest during a raid on a Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory camp near a railway crossing in Tyendinaga, Ontario, on Monday.
Police Clear Blockade February 2020

Hereditary chiefs at a news conference

Hereditary chiefs at a news conference to protest a Canadian oil pipeline project. Jan 2019 Credit: Amber Bracken of The New York Times

Indigenous Leadership Under Difficult Conditions in Brazil The New York Times (March 2019)

“Winona LaDuke calls for an Indigenous led “Green New Deal” Democracy Now (December 2018)