Derrick Jensen speaking in Eugene on March 4th

Derrick Jensen, who has been called the philosopher-poet of the environmental movement, is speaking in Eugene, OR at the public library on March 4th. The event will take place from 10:30am to 12:30pm. Jensen is the author of 26 books, including Endgame, A Language Older Than Words, and Deep Green Resistance. Location: Eugene Public Library, … Continue reading Derrick Jensen speaking in Eugene on March 4th

Pinyon Juniper Alliance presentation at PIELC Conference in Eugene, OR

The Pinyon-Juniper Alliance presents a panel discussion featuring experts on Pinyon-Juniper forests and the so-called “restoration” efforts that are destroying them. The panel, which is titled Protecting Native Forests in the West: The Pinyon-Juniper Alliance, will take place on Friday, March 2nd from 8:30 am to 9:45 am in room 232 of the Erb Memorial Union … Continue reading Pinyon Juniper Alliance presentation at PIELC Conference in Eugene, OR

The Delegation Story: First International Gathering of Politics, Sport, and Culture for Women in Struggle in Chiapas, Mexico

     by Corine Fairbanks / Oglala Lakota American Indian Movement Southeastern Ohio “Revolutionary struggles cannot achieve collective liberation for all people without addressing patriarchy, nor can women’s freedom be disentangled from racial, economic, & social justice.” -Victoria Law The Zapatista women will host the First International Gathering of Politics, Art, Sport, and Culture for Women in Struggle … Continue reading The Delegation Story: First International Gathering of Politics, Sport, and Culture for Women in Struggle in Chiapas, Mexico

Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

by Linh Nguyen Positive Feedback ever wonder why we destroy something so beautiful? that river where our blood runs beating in measured harmonies to life surrounding, singing in glory that forest of trails where we once walked joy escaping through quaking leaves, each footstep lighting stories, inspiring movies, music, and poetry that ocean of our … Continue reading Poetry: Positive Feedback & Tree Waltz

Lost in Pocatello

     by Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance This morning, I spent four hours lost in an industrial neighborhood in Pocatello, Idaho. I was carrying two bags and a box full of food—altogether about 70 or 80 pounds—the wind was howling through the flat grey morning, and I must have covered five miles before … Continue reading Lost in Pocatello

Clarity and Safety: Communicating About Underground Action

From https://dgrnewsservice.org/resistance/communicating-about-underground-action/ Perhaps the single most important aspect of our work as aboveground organizers and activists is to promote and normalize militant, underground resistance against industrial civilization. There is a lot of other important work that we do as well—organizing alternative institutions, landbase restoration, and aboveground political work to dismantle dominant power structures—but ultimately, civilization … Continue reading Clarity and Safety: Communicating About Underground Action

Make Rojava Green Again: Support the Ecological Revolution in Northern Syria

     by Internationalist Commune of Rojava Presentation of the campaign in cooperation with the Democratic Self-governance of Northern Syria Introduction Five years have passed since the beginning of the Rojava Revolution. Beginning with the heroic resistance of Kobani, the YPG/YPJ have pushed the reactionary gangs of ISIS back again and again. At the same … Continue reading Make Rojava Green Again: Support the Ecological Revolution in Northern Syria

The Megamachine as a Form of Social Organization

Editor’s note: Read the German version of this article here.      by Boris Forkel / Deep Green Resistance Germany On July 10th 1985 the Rainbow Warrior, ship of the environmental organization Greenpeace, was sunk by agents of the French Service Action. From the 1940’s til the 60’s, the US-Army had been testing atomic bombs … Continue reading The Megamachine as a Form of Social Organization

Livin’ the Screen Life: #productsmakemehappy

  John Savage / Local Futures Important official legal disclaimer: This is a short work of fiction. Any resemblances to real people, people you may know, people you think you may know, etc., is entirely deliberate. When I’m at work I’m staring at a screen. When I’m not at work I’m staring at screens. Checking social … Continue reading Livin’ the Screen Life: #productsmakemehappy

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