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Reading Group for Deep Green Resistance forming in Seattle

Have you read, or wanted to read, Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet? For those grappling with the tough questions of how to win battles for social and environmental justice, it’s necessary reading that explores strategy, tactics, movement history, and what might be effective for our movement to win. With that in mind, … Continue reading Reading Group for Deep Green Resistance forming in Seattle

Always see Deep Green Resistance Facebook posts

For a while, even if you “liked” the DGR Facebook page, there was no guarantee that our posts would show up in your news feed. Now Facebook has introduced a way for users to always see our posts. To enable it: Go to Deep Green Resistance Facebook “Like” our page if you haven’t yet Hover … Continue reading Always see Deep Green Resistance Facebook posts

Deep Green Resistance “After Dark” short video

This short video gives a glimpse into social interactions in the life of a Deep Green Resistance member, friend, or family member. There’s a lot of good food, talking, laughing, good food, playing, learning, and some good food. This footage was taken after the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) in spring 2015, and shows … Continue reading Deep Green Resistance “After Dark” short video

Building a Culture of Resistance

Most supporters of Deep Green Resistance don’t get to see the more casual side of our group, so one of our members put together this short video that was filmed last spring after an environmental conference at which DGR members spoke. It shows a group of DGR members, family, and friends eating, talking, and spending … Continue reading Building a Culture of Resistance

Reclaim the Power – fossil fuel electricity generation in the UK

The 2015 Reclaim the Power camp will be from 29 May – 2nd June near Didcot powerstation in Oxfordshire. Didcot Power Station comprises Didcot A Power Station, powered by oil and coal until its closure in 2013, and Didcot B Power Station, a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT). Didcot power station stands as a half-demolished … Continue reading Reclaim the Power – fossil fuel electricity generation in the UK

DGR NY on Guy McPherson’s Nature Bats Last

Pauline Schneider and Guy McPherson interviewed Frank Coughlin of DGR NY for the March 3rd episode of the Nature Bats Last podcast. Coughlin gives a basic overview of Deep Green Resistance: our philosophy, our strategy, our campaigns, and our goal of building a culture of resistance. He speaks, from his perspective as a health care … Continue reading DGR NY on Guy McPherson’s Nature Bats Last

DGR UK Spring 2015 Newsletter

DGR UK members and supporters ran a day of talks, workshops and discussion on Saturday 22 November in NE London. It was well attended and we had a number of interesting discussions. There are plans to have another DGR UK event in October this year, details to follow. There was a Resisting Together camping gathering … Continue reading DGR UK Spring 2015 Newsletter

Deep Green Resistance on reddit

Check out our new Deep Green Resistance subreddit, where we have postings from our chapter websites, Facebook pages, and the DGR News Service, plus stories submitted by visitors. Reddit provides a great platform for finding, discussing, upvoting, and sharing articles of interest, so take a look and Subscribe to the subreddit if you find it … Continue reading Deep Green Resistance on reddit

“Bring Down the Culture”: An Interview with Kourtney Mitchell

By Vincent Emanuele for Counterpunch Kourtney Mitchell is a writer and activist currently living in northeast Georgia, United States. He sits on the steering committee for Deep Green Resistance and the national board of directors for Veterans for Peace. Co-author of The Enemy in Blue: The Renatta Frazier Story, he has been involved in social … Continue reading “Bring Down the Culture”: An Interview with Kourtney Mitchell

Support Production of a Documentary on The Crisis at Oak Flat

  Arizona Senator John McCain has slipped a controversial land bill into the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act that hands over 2400 acres of protected and sacred land to mining corporation Rio Tinto, completely dismissing the religious and cultural beliefs of the San Carlos Apache Nation who consider the area sacred. Although tens of thousands of … Continue reading Support Production of a Documentary on The Crisis at Oak Flat