Climate Justice Montreal sees the issues around climate justice as inherently linked to larger questions of capitalism and colonialism. Through our content and the way that we organize, we try to address and highlight these injustices. We strive to act in solidarity with Indigenous communities, particularly those on the front lines of resource extraction. We do this by amplifying Indigenous folks’ voices of resistance, supporting community needs, and raising funds for land defenders.
Posted by subMedia.tv on Monday, November 7, 2016 Over 1,000 people joined on the streets on November 12, 2016 to stand with Standing Rock, an indigenous community in “North Dakota, USA” that has been fighting to stop an oil pipeline from crossing their territory. The march stopped at several banks that invest in the Dakota […]
Organized three screenings of Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, followed by discussions in UQAM, Plateau, and NDG featuring Dan David from Kanesatake.
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Colonization and Decolonization – Manual for Indigenous Liberation in the 21st Century
Stop the Flow of Destruction: A Primer on Climate Justice and the 2010 Climate Action Camp
Breaking the Trailbreaker: A Special Report on the Trailbreaker Pipeline (2010)