INDIGENOUS RIGHTS, SOVEREIGNTY, AND STEWARDSHIP

Indigenous peoples are on the forefront of almost every regenerative movement that relates to the natural world. Colonial systems have violently and more covertly tried to take everything from these communities, but have failed. Indigenous peoples have long nurtured and held – and continue to actively reclaim – their rightful territories, authority, and stewardship responsibilities. Settlers: show up as allies, accomplices, and co-resistors.

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Awareness


Follow important diverse sources and commit to learning more.

Nimiipuu @Nimiipuu

Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment

Working to educate the Nez Perce people and other Northwest tribes about traditional tribal rights concerning environmental issues such as the tar sands.

Dam Sense @damsense

Dam Sense

501(c)(3) Working to educate people about the ecological, economic, and cultural benefits of a free-flowing Snake River as well as communicate technical and scientific knowledge about dam breaching.

Columbia River Keepers @ColumbiaRiverkeeper

Columbia River Keepers

Columbia Riverkeeper is a non-profit organization working to protect and restore the waters of the Columbia River and all life connected to it, from the headwaters to the Pacific Ocean

Save Our Wild Salmon @savewildsalmon

Save Our Wild Salmon

We focus our efforts on the Columbia and Snake River Basin, where in the time of Lewis and Clark up to 16 million wild salmon returned each year. Today, as few as ten thousand salmon return home to the Snake River. Join our exciting national campaign to restore these endangered salmon and steelhead. By partially removing four dams on the lower Snake River we can restore the Pacific Northwest’s wild salmon and free-flowing rivers as vital economic engines for local communities

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Donations


Build the capacity of people, organizations, and movements – especially Indigenous ones
– doing impactful on-the-ground work.


COEXTINCTION


Build the capacity of people, organizations, and movements – especially Indigenous ones – doing impactful on-the-ground work.

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At-home actions


Simple things you can do right now to make a difference from the comfort of your home.

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On-the-street actions


Coextinction and any associated persons hold no legal responsibility for your decision to organize or otherwise participate in any legal or illegal actions, nor for any consequences of your organizing or participation. You organize and participate completely at your own risk and responsibility.

We will inform you when we know of specific actions happening around the world. Please sign up for our email list and follow our social media to be sure to stay up to date.

You have the power to organize your own actions as well.
Here are toolkits that can support you organizing and making impact.

If you are not Indigenous, be sure you act as an ally to, accomplice with, and co-resistor alongside Indigenous peoples in any action you organize, and center Indigenous needs, desires, and perspectives. Here are three helpful resources you should read from Dakota Swiftwolfe and the Montreal Indigenous Community Network, Morgan Tsetta, and Amélie Lamont.