Tags Archives: DGR activity & statements

Tearing It Down: Live Stream Event Today, 18:30 UTC (12:30pm MDT)

We are thrilled & honored to announce that Prairie Protection Colorado and Deep Green Resistance are bringing Derrick Jensen & Lierre Keith to Denver, Colorado on Sunday, Oct 6, 12:30 pm Mountain Time, 18:30 UTC. The event will be live streamed on the Deep Green Resistance Facebook Page. Click here to watch the live stream. … Continue reading Tearing It Down: Live Stream Event Today, 18:30 UTC (12:30pm MDT)

Response to Armed Attack on ICE Facility

In mid-July, an armed attack on ICE facilities in Tacoma, Washington took place. Here’s a  brief summary of what happened: Will Van Spronsen… was killed [on July 13th] while carrying out a raid against a migrant concentration camp in Tacoma, Washington State. Van Spronsen is thought to be the first person killed attempting to take … Continue reading Response to Armed Attack on ICE Facility

Bring Deep Green Resistance Activists to Your Community

Cost: Sliding scale. We generally ask that you cover travel, food, and lodging but may request a stipend for the trainers if your budget allows. We will work with you to make the training affordable. We can also assist with promoting your training. Content: Our trainings are tailored to your needs. Typical subjects we cover … Continue reading Bring Deep Green Resistance Activists to Your Community

What Are Your Attitudes Towards Resistance?

To effectively provide news, leadership, training, and more, we need to know more about our audience. With this goal, we are launching a survey asking our readers: how do you feel about resistance? Filling out this survey will only take a few minutes of your time, but will provide us with valuable data to inform … Continue reading What Are Your Attitudes Towards Resistance?

New DGR Podcast: The Green Flame

We are proud to announce a new project: The Green Flame, a Deep Green Resistance podcast offering revolutionary analysis, skill sharing, and inspiration for the movement to save the planet by any means necessary. Our hosts are Max Wilbert and Jennifer Murnan. Our first episode features Elisabeth Robson on why she calls The Green New … Continue reading New DGR Podcast: The Green Flame

The Legal System Will Not Save the Planet

DGR member and lawyer Will Falk explains why the legal and regulatory system is structurally incapable of defending the natural world from threats, because it was never designed to do this. His conclusion is that communities must organize around revolutionary, ecological principles to defend the land themselves. We cannot rely on government to do it … Continue reading The Legal System Will Not Save the Planet

Impersonators Using Printer Vulnerabilities to Spam Small Businesses

Over the past few days, several organizations from across the United States have reached out to Deep Green Resistance, letting us know about a printer exploit being used to print off DGR-themed flyers at their place of business. These intrusions seem to be related to a larger wave of forced printings currently affecting unsecured printers … Continue reading Impersonators Using Printer Vulnerabilities to Spam Small Businesses

Over 50% of Oregon in Severe Drought… in November

The US drought monitor (most recently updated November 13th) shows that 51.9% of Oregon’s land mass is in “severe drought,” with 34.3% in “extreme drought” characterized by major crop/pasture losses, and widespread water shortages or restrictions. This news comes as California battles extreme November wildfires. Eugene had 15 inches of rain less than normal during … Continue reading Over 50% of Oregon in Severe Drought… in November

This War Has Two Side, Part 2

Editor’s note: This is an edited transcript of a presentation given at the 2016 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference by DGR’s Dillon Thomson and Jonah Mix on the failure of the contemporary environmental movement to meaningfully stop the destruction of the planet. Using examples from past and current resistance movements, Mix and Thomson chart a … Continue reading This War Has Two Side, Part 2