2020-02-19 12:18:39

Wet’suwet’en Strong: Unceded and Unwavering + Mining the Deep Ocean is Green

Trans rights are human rights – because human rights are only valid if they include every person in their entirety. Next, mining on land is so 20th century – the new frontier of mining is just as deep and dark as it is terrifying and catastrophic. And finally, we hear from the Wet’suwet’en on their ongoing battle to preserve their ancestral homelands.

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