POSTER: Water is LIfe

A silk-screened poster of Christi Belcourt's "Water is Life" graphic. Printed with permission to raise funds for the camp!

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$15 CAD
Thank you card
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Get a picture thank you card with a hand-written note, thanking you for your support!
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$20 CAD
Test Their Logik CD "Be"
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You may have heard one half of this HipHop duo, when they performed in September at the Treaty Camp. Now you can take home their second album "Be" that spent more than 2 months on the college radio hiphop charts when it was released in 2013.
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$20 CAD + free shipping
Thank You Card: Donate in someone's name
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Receive a card that you can give as a gift to a Water Protector in your life. This card will have a picture from the camp, and will be blank outside of the inscription: "To honour our friendship and our shared love of Mother Earth, I made a donation to Stop Alton Gas."
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$30 CAD + shipping
POSTER: Stand w/ the Mi'kmaq
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Estimated delivery Jan 2018
Get your hands on a beautiful, hand silk-screened poster about the struggle for the water and against Alton Gas. Made by Jeighk from Inkstorm.
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$30 CAD
POSTER: Water is LIfe
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A silk-screened poster of Christi Belcourt's "Water is Life" graphic. Printed with permission to raise funds for the camp!
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$50 CAD + shipping
Limited Edition David Brooks prints
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Get one of these limited edition prints by the late David Brooks, donated by his widow for the water protectors at the Alton Gas site. Please indicate which print you would like with the number.
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$35 CAD + shipping
"River of History" graphic
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Political print maker Annie Banks has graciously offered multiple prints of her "River of History" graphic. This beautiful linocut is especially meaningful as the Shubenacadie River is known for its changes in direction as the tidal bore sweeps in from the Bay of Fundy. Let us also see this struggle and its success as a change in tide towards respecting native sovereignty and centring the protection of the water and our environment in how we share these lands. Read more about Annie Banks: anniebanks.net
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Here's the campaign that needs your help

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Mi'kmaq water protectors and allies are building a strawbale house at the front gates of the Alton Gas site, and could use some financial support. Help them maintain the Treaty Camp throughout the winter!