About Deep Green Resistance News Service

The Deep Green Resistance News Service is an educational wing of the DGR movement, dedicated to broadcasting news related to our current ecological and social predicament, and working to encourage strategic resistance against the forces underlying it.

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2 thoughts on “About Deep Green Resistance News Service”

  1. Hi,
    I’m Anderson Barbosa and i’m photojournalist indepndente integrating the Fractures Photo Collective, a collective of photographers documentary based in Barcelona, focused on documentation of popular struggles around the world. I Lived during 6 years in urban squat in Sao Paulo and devoted himself for 13 years the documentation of actions of movements of everyday roofless in some slums and affordable housing. Two years i’m dedicated to documentation about the conflicts surrounding the construction of the Belo Monte dam, having his work published in several national and international magazines and newspapers. Recently accompanied the start of the action of demarcation in territory of the Munduruku people at medium Tapajos.
    I’m sending a link with my job about the Belo Monte dam.
    Today, i’m living in Belem, in Pará state to be closest and give continuity to this documentary project
    If interested, get in touch please.
    at the outset, I would like to thank…
    http://fracturesphoto.photoshelter.com/#!/index/G0000jpn0F5ZwLAE

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