These moments are captured in solidarity of the Mi’Kmaq. Since September 17, fishers of the Sipekne’katik First Nation have been violently targeted by non-Indigenous lobster fishers in Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia). On the day the Sipekne’katik First Nation were set to launch their first self-regulated fishery, they were met with violence and intimidation. This violence has escalated into the destruction of Mi’kmaq property, fisheries and resources by non-Indigenous lobster fishers. The Sipekne’katik First Nation have a right to fish as protected under the 1752 Treaty of Peace and Friendship, which guarantees the Mi’kmaq right to earn a “moderate livelihood” from hunting and fishing.