Shutting down the pipeline isn’t just about fossil fuel dependence; it’s about respecting land rights and sovereignty of Tribal nations.
Author Archives: Kailea Frederick
Kailea Frederick (she/her) is a mother of Tahltan, Kaska, and Black American ancestry. She is a graduate of the International Youth Initiative Program and a Spiritual Ecology and Boards & Commissions Leadership fellow. Kailea has been a youth delegate to the United Nations Climate Change conferences twice, and currently serves as the Climate Justice Organizer with NDN Collective, the editor for Loam, and as vice chair of the Petaluma Climate Action Commission. Her prayer is that those on the front-lines of climate change and extractive based industry are able to find justice and peace for their communities.