A Coalition which includes the traditional Chilcotin, Squamish, and Anishinaabe nations, human rights groups, the sovereign Republic of Kanata, and the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State are taking action in upcoming campaign which will include public teach-ins and training workshops between February 9 and 12, followed by direct actions at churches and other locations on selected dates. An International Day of Action will occur on Sunday, February 26.
Suzanne Holland, Ambassador of the traditional Chilcotin indigenous nation, endorses the new coalition and is organizing its actions in the Chilcotin territory of central British Columbia.
“We have expelled the genocidal churches from our land and reclaimed their properties as reparations for their crimes against our people. We ask all indigenous nations to do the same as part of our new coalition.”