We just had our latest planning meeting and this year’s Sacred Water, Sacred Forests Camp is coming together well. We’re looking forward to a great weekend sharing skills, building community, exchanging knowledge, deepening our connection to the land, and strategizing. If you plan to attend the trip and have not contacted us yet, please do … Continue reading Last Chance to RSVP for Sacred Water, Sacred Forests!
On Wednesday night, DGR Oregon members hosted an Open House for all activists and community members interested in meeting active DGR members, sharing a meal, talking politics and activism, and learning how to get (more) involved. ... Continue reading →
by Erin Moberg / Deep Green Resistance Eugene On Saturday, February 4th, several members of DGR Oregon attended a day-long NVDA training in Eugene, Oregon. The event was organized by local and regional activists. Over 200 people attended, including local activists, community members new to direct action, college students, youth, retired people, … Continue reading Eugene NVDA Training
by Vincent Emanuele / Z Communications Tonight, I attended a town hall meeting featuring John Zody, the utterly uninspiring and banal Chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party. The meeting was as informative and inspiring as it was frustrating and sad. Without doubt, the Indiana Democratic Party is in serious trouble. In a county that’s 48% … Continue reading Vincent Emanuele: The Indiana Democratic Party is Dead
This is just a small selection of events organized by other activists in the area that we’ve seen lately. We can’t speak for these groups, but there is some good stuff being done. Every Wednesday at 7pm, a Standing Rock solidarity group meets at the Grower’s Market, upstairs from Belly Taqueria on Willamette Street. Every … Continue reading Upcoming events in and around Eugene
The organization DGR is founded on the ideas and analysis laid out in the book by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, and Aric McBay. To increase the book’s accessibility, especially to international audiences, we’re now making it available for free in two ways: Read Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet as a browseable website. … Continue reading Deep Green Resistance Book Online For Free
Our chapter is starting a book club to explore how to mount an effective struggle against the destruction of the planet. The first book we will read is Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet. Subscribe to our website posts or Facebook events to get updates about the book club.
The Great Basin is under a multitude of specific threats from industrial extraction. Overgrazing, mining, Pinyon-Juniper forest destruction, water theft, nuclear and toxic waste, rampant sexual assault and commercial sexual exploitation, racism and violence against indigenous people and immigrants, and more. ... Continue reading →
The DGR Eugene chapter has been meeting and actively organizing. We have a number of new recruits locally and are participating in DGR-wide discussions, brainstorms, and planning sessions to develop a more focused strategy for the coming year and beyond. ... Continue reading →
Goodreads is a popular site for readers. We need your help encouraging users to read Deep Green Resistance: Create a Goodreads account if you don’t have one yet. Visit the Deep Green Resistance Goodreads page. Rate the book at upper left (5 stars is the highest rating). Click “Like” on whichever Reviews you think likely … Continue reading Help Promote Deep Green Resistance at Goodreads