Two members from the Elsipogtog First Nation made this video at the scene of their anti-fracking blockade near Rexton, New Brunswick. To find out more about the anti-fracking protests, check out this story.
It's a message to the rest of the Idle No More movement, emphasizing both the determination and the needs of the Elsipogtog First Nation. The men in the video say the number one thing they need is increased support - like and share the video, educate yourself on the anti-fracking campaign, and share the information with your friends.
More specific needs are present at the blockade too, however. If you have the resources to send a donation or to physically stand with the people of Elsipogtog, the community promises to welcome you with open arms. Any allies - from Elder to child - are welcome.
For more Idle No More gatherings, check out the movement's event listings. They're organized by location so you can search within a certain radius of your area.
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