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2 Responses to “Contact Deep Green Resistance News Service”

  1. thomas
    August 31, 2012 at 6:56 am #

    Thank you for this article. I submitted your article to facebook they then shut down my account. Same thing happened with twitter. Who owns those companies. The media is making a serious effort to suppress this information.

  2. June 24, 2013 at 7:18 am #

    Dear Allies in Deep Green Resistance

    A conference of feminists and feminist groups held in Vancouver, BC on June 22 write in support of your work. We have learned through Counterpunch of the attacks your organizers recently experienced and we urge you to keep organizing.

    We, gathered as feminist allies fighting to end all male violence against women, passed a motion from the floor to stand as allies with Deep Green Resistance. We are aware of the attacks on Deep Green Resistance for your position on women-only organizing and for your strong feminist positions. We stand in solidarity with all victims of patriarchal, male-pattern violence, including with the women who were subjected to this violence at the Law and Disorder conference.

    Solidarity

    Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter; Coalition Against Trafficking In Women, EVE (formerly Exploited Voices Educating – for the abolition of prostitution); Indigenous Women Against the Sex Industry; the Feminist Current; Committee for Domestic Workers and Caregivers Rights; the University Women’s Club of Vancouver; Asian Womens Coalition Ending Prostitution; Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners program; individual women of diverse race, age, and class who are survivors of sexualized violence, and volunteers to the conference.

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