This video is a follow-up from my last one which talked about the violent mob of non-native fishermen who trapped two Mi’kmaw fishermen in a lobster storage area, burned their van and then later broke in, stole some of the lobster and then destroyed the rest.
This video provides an update on the more recent acts of violence – including the burning of a building and the increased acts of intimidation by the non-native fishermen in opposition to Mi’kmaw treaty rights.
Here is the previous video in case you missed it:
Mi’kmaw Declaration of a State of Emergency:
Sipekne’katik (formerly Indian Brook First Nations):
Sipekne’katik Governance Initiative 2020 video:
Maureen Googoo, Ku’Ku’kwes News: Angry mob trap Mi’kmaw fishermen at a lobster pound in southwestern Nova Scotia:
Here is my Warrior Life podcast interview with Cheryl Maloney from Sipekne’katik talking about the Mi’kmaw right to govern our fishery:
Here is the video version that I did of her interview:
Here is the Warrior Life podcast that I did with Mi’kmaw warrior Sakej Ward who talks about the importance of defending our rights:
This is the video version of the Warrior Life podcast with Mi’kmaw warrior Sakej Ward:
Change.Org petition to support Mi’kmaw:
Facebook page for Assembly of Nova Scotia Chiefs:
Mi’kmaq Rights Initiative:
UBCIC Statement of Support of Mi’kmaq:
AMC Statement of Support:
NWAC Letter to PM Trudeau calling for action:
Link to resources put together by Mi’kmaw of how to support:
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