Pautas de Solidaridad Indígena de Deep Green Resistance

Introducción

Es importante que los miembros de la cultura colonizadora se alíen a sí mismos con las comunidades indígenas luchando por sus derechos y supervivencia, pero existen formas correctas y equivocadas de expresar solidaridad. Las siguientes pautas han sido elaboradas por miembros de Deep Green Resistance con la ayuda de activistas indígenas. No existe una guía completa de cómo dirigirse a cada comunidad y cada situación es diferente – pero esperamos que pueda guiarlo en una buena dirección para actuar con eficacia y respeto.

Pautas

  1. Primero y ante todo debemos reconocer que las personas no indígenas están ocupando tierras robadas mediante un genocidio que se mantiene vigente y que ha durado siglos. Debemos reafirmar nuestra responsabilidad de estar con las comunidades indígenas que desean apoyo y dar todo lo que podemos para proteger sus tierras y cultura de una devastación mayor; han estado al frente del ecocidio y genocidio por siglos, y como aliados, necesitamos dar un paso adelante y unirnos a ellos.
  2. No está haciendo trabajo de solidaridad indígena por sentimientos de culpa, sino por un fuerte deseo de hacer frente a los sistemas opresivos de poder colonialistas.
  3. No está auxiliando a personas indígenas, está ahí para: unirse, combatir y luchar con personas indígenas contra esos sistemas de poder. Debe estar dispuesto a poner su cuerpo en la línea.
  4. Reconozca sus privilegios como miembro de la cultura colonizadora.
  5. No está aquí para participar en ningún tipo de necesidad cultural, espiritual o religiosa que crea poder tener, está aquí para participar en acción política. También, recuerde que su mensaje político es secundario a la causa indígena.
  6. Nunca uses drogas o alcohol cuando te involucres en trabajo de solidaridad Indígena. Nunca.
  7. Escuche más de lo que hable, estará sorprendido de lo que podrá aprender.
  8. Reconozca que habrá personas indígenas que no querrán que participe en las ceremonias. Humildemente absténgase de participar en las ceremonias.
  9. Reconozca que usted y sus aliados indígenas podrán ser una minoría dentro una causa por la que vale la pena luchar.
  10. Trabaje con integridad y respeto, sea digno de confianza y haga lo que dice que va a hacer.
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