RED BRAID IS A REVOLUTIONARY WORKING CLASS AND INDIGENOUS ORGANIZATION

We practice and advocate for a strategic unity between Indigenous peoples fighting for sovereignty, national liberation struggles against imperialism, and the working class for worlds without capitalism.

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Poor Indigenous and working class communities will only survive COVID-19 if we fight back together!

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Red Braid is a woman’s organization

April 28th, 2020|

Red Braid member Teresa Dettling responds to criticisms that deny and erase women’s leadership in Red Braid. She says, "I refuse to stand by while my sisters are being slandered, and their work erased and ignored. To the people who want to label us a 'cult,' we are not going to be quiet and we are not going to stop fighting with our sisters, supporting our sisters, and organizing with our Indigenous and working class sisters."

Indigenous dignity

April 28th, 2020|

Red Braid member Ma Maa Tea (Nuu Chah Nulth and Irish) responds to critiques of Red Braid’s Indigenous leadership. She argues, "Saying low-income Indigenous people have no voice not only erases low-income Indigenous leaders but says that low-income Indigenous people cannot be protagonists in urban centers for themselves and when standing with land defenders."

Red Braid is a woman’s organization

April 28th, 2020|

Red Braid member Teresa Dettling responds to criticisms that deny and erase women’s leadership in Red Braid. She says, "I refuse to stand by while my sisters are being slandered, and their work erased and ignored. To the people who want to label us a 'cult,' we are not going to be quiet and we are not going to stop fighting with our sisters, supporting our sisters, and organizing with our Indigenous and working class sisters."

Indigenous dignity

April 28th, 2020|

Red Braid member Ma Maa Tea (Nuu Chah Nulth and Irish) responds to critiques of Red Braid’s Indigenous leadership. She argues, "Saying low-income Indigenous people have no voice not only erases low-income Indigenous leaders but says that low-income Indigenous people cannot be protagonists in urban centers for themselves and when standing with land defenders."

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