Tags Archives: Horizontal hostility

Anti-Racist Rednecks With Guns

One of the ironies of contemporary politics is the identification of poor whites with the Republican party, even more opposed to working class interests than the Democrat party. Taken to the extreme by the Tea Party, this cooptation takes energy which might challenge the capitalist class structure and redirects it against other poor and working … Continue reading Anti-Racist Rednecks With Guns

Anne Braden: Southern Patriot (Anti-Racist Film Screening)

Check out this event from European Dissent Seattle: Click the image for a larger version of the poster. Film screening and discussion as part of our work to build a base of anti-racist white organizers! Saturday, December 13th 3:30 – 6:00pm YWCA, 2820 E Cherry, Seattle WA 98122 ALL ARE WELCOME! European Dissent Seattle presents … Continue reading Anne Braden: Southern Patriot (Anti-Racist Film Screening)

Horizontal Hostility Conference

DGR members Stella and Jose, who live on the Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa, have created a virtual conference to address to the topic of horizontal hostility. The conference materials are available in: English Español To describe the conference, in their words: This online Conference about Horizontal Hostility is designed as a … Continue reading Horizontal Hostility Conference

Video from “Creating Strategies for Revolution” Panel talk

About the Event Industrial civilization and capitalism are currently harming or killing billions of humans and countless nonhumans, and threaten to destroy all life on our planet. On August 27, Deep Green Resistance New York held a discussion on an appropriate and even necessary response: revolution. About fifty people attended to hear panelists including Jen … Continue reading Video from “Creating Strategies for Revolution” Panel talk

Cathy Brennan interviewed on radical feminism and “transphobia”

Cathy Brennan is a long-time radical feminist lesbian activist working for equal rights for gay people, trans people, and women. Mark Angelo Cummings (FTM transman) and Jessica Lynn Cummings (MTF transwoman) interviewed Brennan for the July 24 episode of Transition Radio TV. Despite her work in the real world to protect trans rights and end … Continue reading Cathy Brennan interviewed on radical feminism and “transphobia”

Interview of Meghan Murphy

Ernesto Aguilar, a former DGR member, interviewed Meghan Murphy of Feminist Current for Women’s History Month in March 2013. Murphy presents a clear and articulate analysis of the current state of online feminism – strengths and weaknesses, successes and works in progress, allies and backlash. She spoke extensively on the destructive tendency of online discussions … Continue reading Interview of Meghan Murphy

Deep Green Resistance In Support of Robert Jensen

Deep Green Resistance condemns in the strongest possible terms the decision of Monkeywrench Books in Austin, Texas to cut ties with activist Robert Jensen. Robert has received a massive amount of criticism recently for his article “Some Basic Propositions About Sex, Gender and Patriarchy”, in which he makes public his support for women. That so … Continue reading Deep Green Resistance In Support of Robert Jensen

Horizontal Hostility Conference – Max Wilbert

Members of Deep Green Resistance Canary Islands are creating a web conference on horizontal hostility, consisting of interviews with multiple speakers. “The aim of the conference is to raise consciousness about the mechanics of oppression and how its complex but predictable ways operate to keep us all neatly “in our place”, divide us & effectively … Continue reading Horizontal Hostility Conference – Max Wilbert

Radfems Respond

Several Deep Green Resistance members participated in Radfems Respond the weekend of May 24th 2014, in Portland, OR. The event was facilitated by Samantha Berg, with the goal of providing safe space for discussion: Hey social justice activists! Are internet flamewars bumming you out? Do interactions on social media sometimes make you feel like you’ve … Continue reading Radfems Respond

Review of Assata: An Autobiography

I grew up in the same country as Assata Shakur, but as a poor black woman, her autobiography reveals an experience a world apart from my own middle class, white male upbringing. She ably captures these differences in a series of anecdotes revealing that she did in fact grow up in a different country: "amerika", while I enjoyed the facades of democracy, peace, and justice in America. ... Continue reading →