On March 10th, Indigenous communities impacted by Kinder Morgan will establish frontline resistance grounded in Coast Salish spirituality and culture to stop the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline. They are inviting thousands of people to “Protect the Inlet” and send a clear message to Prime Minister Trudeau: the Kinder Morgan pipeline will never be built.
Dogwood volunteers can help by calling and inviting local people to attend their event and kick off a mass mobilization supporting Tsleil Wau-tuth First Nation community members.
We are expecting a powerful, mass and creative non-violent action to protect the water, land and the climate. Politicians, decision makers, risk-averse pipeline investors and most importantly First Nations themselves will be watching to see who will walk the walk on reconciliation and stand up for B.C.
If you’ve volunteered using CallHub at Dogwood, you’re able to call remotely from home.
Click here to volunteer and call remotely between March 1 and 8. We’ll send you the info you need to access our phone banking tool.
Again, a reminder that you need to already be trained in CallHub to use this tool remotely.
Dogwood is a participant in, not an organizer of, the March 10th event. See the organizers’ event page for more details.
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