Categories Archives: Culture of Resistance

Help Buffalo Field Campaign: Wood Cut Week, September 1-4, 2017

     by Buffalo Field Campaign * HELP US PREPARE FOR WINTER! * JOIN BFC FOR WOOD CUT WEEK, SEPTEMBER 1-4, 2017! It’s hard to imagine right now that winter is not very far away, but it comes quickly to Yellowstone country, and not too long from now the home fires will be burning. At … Continue reading Help Buffalo Field Campaign: Wood Cut Week, September 1-4, 2017

Navajo Sign Law Criminalizing Human Trafficking

Nathaniel Brown on Human Trafficking: ‘Two years ago, I didn’t think we really had a problem … I have a permanent lump in my throat.’      by Alysa Landry / Indian Country Media Network A new Navajo law criminalizes human trafficking on the country’s largest American Indian reservation. Navajo President Russell Begaye on August 7 … Continue reading Navajo Sign Law Criminalizing Human Trafficking

Indigenous-Led Resistance

Water Is Life On May 19th, 2017, members of Deep Green Resistance Santa Barbara attended the Water Is Life: Standing With Standing Rock conference hosted at UC Santa Barbara.  This conference was presented by the Carsey-Wolf Center, the American Indian & Indigenous Collective, the American Indian Student Association, the Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts, the … Continue reading Indigenous-Led Resistance

Three Indigenous Perspectives on Canada 150 in the Era of Pipelines, Dams and Mines

     by James Wilt / DeSmog Canada The massive “Canada 150” celebrations of July 1 are finally over, leaving little in their wake but hangovers, a multi-million dollar price tag and mountains of trash. But for some Indigenous peoples in Canada, the festivities remain a visceral reminder of their continued dispossession from ancestral lands and waters. That’s … Continue reading Three Indigenous Perspectives on Canada 150 in the Era of Pipelines, Dams and Mines

Food Culture

by Lierre Keith / Deep Green Resistance. The food culture across the environmental movement is ideologically attached to a plant-based diet. That attachment is seriously obstructing our ability to name the problem and start working on the obvious solutions. Transition Town originator Rob Hopkins writes, “Reducing the amount of livestock will also be inevitable, as … Continue reading Food Culture

Robert Jensen on Millennial Men, Climate Change, and the Increasing Need for Radical Politics

Zoë Goodall interviews Robert Jensen about his most-recent book, “The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men.” by Zoë Goodall / Feminist Current This month, I had the fantastic opportunity to speak to Robert Jensen while he was in Australia to launch his new book, The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men (2017, Spinifex Press). As a … Continue reading Robert Jensen on Millennial Men, Climate Change, and the Increasing Need for Radical Politics

Gulf Coast Environmental Justice Organizers launch the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp

     by Indigenous Rising Springfield, LA – Following legal victories for the Tribes at Standing Rock, Water Protectors in Southern Louisiana will open the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp tomorrow. The launch marks the next fight to protect Indigenous rights, life-giving water and to stop Energy Transfer Partners from committing acts … Continue reading Gulf Coast Environmental Justice Organizers launch the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp

New Calls for Resistance Across the Amazon

Ever since European colonial powers started disputing borders on its rivers in the seventeenth century, the vast Amazon rainforest—known simply as Amazonia—has been under siege. Amazon Peoples always resisted the colonial invasion, even after the borders were ultimately settled with the Amazon rainforest getting divided into the territories of nine states. They've had no choice. ... Continue reading →

May Book Club Meeting Recap

The third meeting of the DGR Santa Barbara book club was held on Sunday, May 7th at the Eastside Library.  We discussed chapter 4 of Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet.  The following questions were posed to inspire discussion: 1) How did the “Alternative vs. Oppositional Culture” comparison affect your understanding of this … Continue reading May Book Club Meeting Recap

“Full of Inspiration”: 2017 Direct Action Training Report-Back

Over Earth Day weekend, Deep Green Resistance members in Oregon hosted an advanced direct action training in rural western Oregon. About 45 people attended from several surrounding states. The training began with several anti-oppression sessions to help foster an equitable and safe environment for facilitators and participants, especially for people of color, women, indigenous people, … Continue reading “Full of Inspiration”: 2017 Direct Action Training Report-Back