Toxic Threat: Radioactive Waste on Indigenous Lands

About: A new proposal to transport and dump radioactive waste on Indigenous lands, without the consent of these communities, threatens the very survival of both present and future generations. Standing at the nexus of land rights and environmental justice, a team of powerful and distinguished Indigenous leaders are coming to the University of Toronto to address […]

Aamjiwnaang Water Gathering & Toxic Tour 2017

Aanii Boozhoo, Chi-miigwetch (Big Thank you) for your understanding of Aamjiwnaang Water Gathering and Toxic Tour 2017 postponement. We are officially moving the Date till September 29- October 1, 2017! Same weekend layout out of joining a welcoming community dinner on Sept 29th starting at 5pm and panel of Our Sacred Connection to Water. September […]

Support the Aamjiwnaang Grassroots Vehicle

Our Story Boozhoo, I'm a 24 year-old Anishinaabe kwe from the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, located in Canada's Chemical Valley. I've been volunteering to bring awareness to the health and environmental issues resulting from the Chemical Valley. I am an organizer with the group Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines (ASAP). I also independently travel to publicly speak about environmental racism to classes […]

Aamjiwnaang Water Gathering ft. Toxic Tour

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers: q: How and where do I register for this year's Toxic Tour? a: q: Is there camping overnight? a: Yes, Camping will be offered the nights of the 18th and 19th q: What should I bring? a: Camping gear, your own plate, utensils, and cup or water bottle. If […]

Join the Indigenous March for Science

To the March for Science, DC and satellite marches across the nation and the world: As Indigenous scientists, agency professionals, tribal professionals, educators, traditional practitioners, family, youth, elders and allies from Indigenous communities and homelands all over the living Earth we Endorse and Support the March for Science. As original peoples, we have long memories, […]