Financial Solidarity: How to Donate
Continuing to speak up and pursue this case in federal courts for nearly 20 years has been expensive, especially for the Onondaga 15 who have had to represent themselves without a lawyer. Some basic costs associated with this legal action include: required documents that are pay-to-access only, gas money for 15+ people back and forth to court daily, travel for out of area plaintiffs, needs around food, tobacco, and other items required for health and mental well-being during a time when people are being constantly re-exposed to traumatic events that have given them post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
We are hoping to gather enough funds to provide meals, gas money, parking, and cover any additional costs associated with the previous and coming trials.
We ask that all those with the ability to do so –especially white settlers– to please follow the link below and donate what you can to support these brave folks for continuing to speak out about the violence they experienced at the hands of the New York State Troopers "I-81 Indian Detail".
Thank you for your support and please share this link with your friends and family!