Talking Heads: Why are you walking out for Wet’suwet’en?

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“The reason why I’m here today is to stand in solidarity with some of our Indigenous peers here on campus, and the ongoing efforts towards reconciliation within Canada.” Auston Pierce, ArtSci ‘20

“The main reason I’m here today is to let the hereditary chiefs know that they have so much support. I just want to show people how important is to demonstrate your solidarity.” Rachel Hay, Law ‘21

“I walked out today in support of the Wet’suwet’en people and hereditary chiefs against the violent colonization of their unceded lands and to bring attention to the breaking of international, national, and Wet’suwet’en law that the Canadian government are enacting.” Emma Paterson, ArtSci ‘20


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