Support the Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs!


Right now, at this very moment, an epic battle is taking place, the outcome of which will determine the fate of the Northwest Coast, the implications of which will be felt throughout the world for generations to come.

As you read this, the RCMP is conducting a massive operation to remove indigenous people, and their allies, from unceded Wet’suwet’en territory, so that giant petroleum companies can build a multi-billion dollar energy corridor to bring fracked gas to global markets.

The Wet’suwet’en and their allies are steadfast in their resolution to never allow that to happen.

On one side, the forces of some of the world’s biggest polluters, with the government and the RCMP carrying out their bidding, with billions upon billions of dollars backing the creation of a massive energy corridor to bring fracked gas to Kitimat for export.

On the other, indigenous people asserting their right to protect their ancestral homeland by creating a healing centre dedicated to undoing the intergenerational trauma caused by colonization.

Now, things are coming to a head, and it is time to defend the land once again.

Throughout this, many people have put their bodies on the line. Wet’suwet’en people have shown the world what true determination looks like, in their steadfast and unyielding defiance of some of the world’s largest fossil fuel companies. Furthermore, people from across Turtle Island and the world have traveled vast distances to show their solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation struggle, and have put their bodies on the line.

Court documents prove that the RCMP were prepared to use lethal force against land defenders when they raided the Gidimt’en Access Checkpoint on January 7th, 2019. It is no exaggeration to say that land defenders are risking their lives to defend the land and the water, for the benefit of future generations.

Not everyone is in a position in their lives where it makes sense for them to be able to travel to the front lines. We know that many people care deeply about this cause, and are fervently wishing that there was something that they can do to contribute to this inspiring movement. And the truth is that this movement is reliant upon the contributions of many different people using many different means to contribute energy. And one very significant way that people can meaningfully contribute is to donate.

Funds donated here will be deposited into an account that will be administered through an account administered by three Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs of the Sa Yikh (Sun House) of the Likhts'amisyu Clan, with the help of a treasurer. Decisions about the allocation of funds will be made by consensus in accordance with Wet’suwet’en law. To ensure accountability, transfers of funds will require two signatories, and financial records will be made available upon request to Likhts'amisyu clan members, as well as other Wet'suwet'en chiefs.

For more about the Sovereign Likhts'amisyu, please visit or visit the "Sovereign Likhts'amisyu" page on Facebook.


  • Devon Trimble
    • $20 
    • 3 yrs

Organizer and beneficiary

Sovereign Likhtsamisyu
Smithers, BC
Angie Gagnon

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