VIDEO: Wet’suwet’en chiefs reveal depth of devastation, vision for repair on powerful webinar

What happens when you bring 5 Indigenous chiefs who have been fighting industry for their cultural and ecological survival together for a short, sharp hour?  You get a powerful conversation: and, an injection of hope into a movement hungry for change.  SLIDESHOW EXPLAINER ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN: https://raventrust.com/wetsuweten-charter-challenge-explained/ Last night, we joined  Smogelgem (Warner Naziel), Dstahyl…

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Prince of Whales Makes Waves as Festival Afloat 2023’s Flagship Sponsor!

While the performances of Festival Afloat 2023 are behind us, we are still basking in the excitement and celebration of it all. None of which would have been possible without our 2023 Flagship Sponsor, Prince of Whales!  Prince of Whales provide wildlife tours based out of Telegraph Cove, Vancouver and Victoria, but they are much…

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Festival Afloat is Back!

In its fourth year, Festival Afloat is back — so grab your paddle for Indigenous justice! GET TICKETS at raventrust.com/paddle If you aren’t in one of the spots where Festival Afloat touches down, you can still be part of things by supporting Heiltsuk Nation: we welcome your ideas for fundraisers in your own town (Neighbourhood…

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Home on Native Land in the media

RAVEN’s educational mandate — the newest arm of the organization — kicked off with roaring success this year with the launch of Home on Native Land! With over 5000 people across Canada signed up to take the course, we are shining a light on the truth about Canada’s unjust history and amplifying the voices and…

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Gitxaała is Heading to Court

Legal challenges are like icebergs.  There is a mass of work involved in preparing arguments, collecting evidence from elders and community members, pulling together expert reports and interviewing plaintiffs. While the work of RAVEN supports that process every step of the way, it’s only when Nations are in court, at hearings, that all that work…

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