Grassroots organizer Stephanie McMillan does important anti-capitalism work with One Struggle, and uses political cartoons as one vehicle towards social and environmental justice. You can watch a video of her from a recent event, in which she presents a very general overview and polemic about political art, the relationship of culture and politics, and the … Continue reading Stephanie McMillan: Art Is a Weapon in the Battle of Ideas
The Filthy Politicians write smart, hard-hitting lyrics eloquently arguing against consumerism, misogyny, colonialism, abuse of the environment, and civilization in general. DGR Great Basin member Max Wilbert wrote a review of The Filthy Politicians album “Modern Man.” View their music videos below (warning: some graphic photos in “Party in the USA” and in “The Un … Continue reading Music videos by The Filthy Politicians
Many thanks to San Diego Free Press, who transcribed and first published the original handwritten manuscript. Will Falk, Deep Green Resistance Southwest Coalition June 9, 2014 Editor’s Note: Will’s first two essays about Unist’ot’en Camp are here and here. Leaving Unist’ot’en Camp was hard. As I stepped away from a group of new friends passing … Continue reading From Unist’ot’en Camp: No Word for Good-Bye
The Beehive Collective draws amazingly intricate and detailed graphics showing stories of Biotechnology threats, globalization in the Americas, and “The True Cost of Coal”. You could spend hours studying the poster and its interwoven tale of the effects of coal on mountains, valleys, wildlife, and human communities. Enjoy this and the many other posters at … Continue reading Beehive Collective: The True Cost of Coal
Will Falk, a Deep Green Resistance member in San Diego CA, tried to commit suicide a year ago, seeing that as his best chance to escape the crushing weight of student debt, relatively meaningless work, and disconnection from the natural world. Will has since found meaning in writing and in action to protect the natural … Continue reading To Be a Warrior Poet – Reflections on an attempted suicide
By Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance Great Basin Most popular music makes me sick. If it isn’t misogyny and objectification of women, it’s blatant materialism. Even music that doesn’t fit into popular oppression is likely to be completely vapid, empty of any soul, culture, or political meaning. That’s why I’m so pleased with British … Continue reading Album Review: “Modern Man” by The Filthy Politicians
Stephanie McMillan – Any Kind Of Work.
Check out this gallery of basic photographs about the Great Basin and the SNWA water grab:
All That is Solid Melts Into Air 2 screen installation by Mark Boulos 10 minutes The individuals in these two landscapes are connected through a desire to control petroleum, which vanishes into thin air, in the first instance through financial speculation, and in the second through corporate regulation of Nigerian mines.
By Owen Lloyd / Deep Green Resistance News Service Chithira Vijayakumar is a writer living in Eugene, Oregon. Her work includes participation in a theatre group that works to encourage people to intervene against oppression, and support work for the Karuk tribe, who are fighting to restore their traditional rights to engage in ceremonies that … Continue reading Real Support, Real Solidarity: An Interview with Chithira Vijayakumar