Insurance giant Liberty Mutual is complicit in the violation of Indigenous rights. From tar sands infrastructure to Arctic oil and gas projects, Liberty is insuring the destruction of Indigenous lands and waterways. And again and again, Liberty has refused to meet with Indigenous leaders whose lands, livelihoods, and cultures Liberty is threatening with its business practices.

So we’re filling the calendar of Liberty Mutual’s CEO, David Long, and other executives with hundreds of invitations to remind them of the meeting requests that he is ignoring – will you join us? 

Right now, Indigenous-led resistance to pipeline construction and drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is heating up, as the Trump Administration tries to ram through destructive infrastructure in its final days in office. The urgency for action cannot be understated.

Without insurance, none of these toxic projects can move forward. Click here for instructions on how to flood the email calendars of Liberty Mutual’s executives.

Last month, Liberty announced that it was joining an international network on responsible investing because of its commitment to building “prosperous and inclusive societies for future generations.” But we know that these words mean absolutely nothing if the insurance giant continues to insure and invest in fossil fuel expansion on Indigenous lands without consent.

It’s way past time for Liberty Mutual to listen to Indigenous peoples and take a stand for our collective futures. Help us make that message reverberate within the company.

In solidarity,

Matt Remle and Sulakshana

P.S. The Intercept recently wrote an incredible piece on Indigenous-led efforts to demand that insurance companies respect Indigenous rights. Check it out, and share it here!




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