This week, we feature two portions of the show. First up, we’ll hear Josh Harper, a co-defendant from the SHAC7 case and former political prisoner talking the struggle to shut down the company, Huntington Life Sciences, a contract animal testing laboratory, which is the focus of a recent documentary, ‘Animal People.’ Then, you’ll hear the voices of three warriors who were on the barricade on the road to Unist’ot’en Camp at the Gidimt’en Access Point. Eve Saint (Wet’suwet’en land defender), Anne Spice (Tlinket land defender) and Shiloh Hill (from Onandaga nation, Haudenosaunee, Six Nations) were there to defend unceded Wet’suwet’en land from the Canadian state’s violent imposition of the Coastal Gas Link pipeline.
This week, we speak with Delee Nikal, a Wet’suwet’en community member, about the Gidimt’en Camp that was just created to block the TransCanada Coastal GasLink pipeline that Canada’s trying to push through their unceded territory. Then the hosts spoke with JR, a member of the sub.Media collective about Mental Wellness and the Trouble mini-documentary series.