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Film Review: Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds

"Open Sesame" examines the importance of seeds to humans as the genesis of nearly all our domesticated foods. It details the tremendous loss in varietal diversity of our crops over the last century, due in large part to increasing corporate control over the seed market. Unfortunately, the film has an extremely narrow focus. ... Continue reading →

The Green Gathering 2014

From the 31st July to the 3rd August 2014, DGR UK had a stall at this year’s Green Gathering in Chepstowe. As someone new to these kinds of festivals, it’s been an interesting experience for me. I arrived on Wednesday to meet our little group of people, and help with setup. The sun was shining, … Continue reading The Green Gathering 2014

George Jackson: Specialize in something to help the war effort

George Jackson, imprisoned for years and radicalized by the experience, clearly saw the need to develop a black culture of resistance to white supremacy. He wrote early on that “I know now that the most damaging thing a people in a colonial situation can do is to allow their children to attend any educational facility … Continue reading George Jackson: Specialize in something to help the war effort

Launch of Website for Community-led Database for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

By No More Silence As Indigenous peoples, working for justice for #MMIW is a process that starts within our own communities. The launch of this  website is one example of the resurgence of community documentation as justice. In April of 2013, No More Silence, Families of Sisters in Spirit and the Native Youth Sexual Health … Continue reading Launch of Website for Community-led Database for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

DGR UK Summer 2014 Newsletter

Its been a while since the last DGR UK newsletter in Autumn 2013. In Decmber DGR member from across Europe met in London and formed the DGR EUMENA (EU, Middle East, North Africa) regional group. In January, we posted an Open Letter to the UK Environmental Movement from Deep Green Resistance UK on our blog. … Continue reading DGR UK Summer 2014 Newsletter

Review of Sophie Scholl – The Final Days

Sophie Scholl - The Final Days depicts the true story of a courageous young German woman, standing strongly behind her principles, as she faces charges in 1943 of undermining Nazi Germany. Scholl and a network of more than twenty other people comprised the White Rose, opposing the Nazi regime through propaganda of graffiti and leaflets. The film centers on Scholl and her capture, interrogation, time in jail, and trial. ... Continue reading →

Press Release: Lierre Keith To Give Keynote Speech at PIELC

Lierre Keith has been selected to give a keynote speech at this years Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. The annual meeting will be held February 27th – March 2nd in Eugene, Oregon and features over 125 panels, workshops and multimedia presentations addressing a broad spectrum of environmental law and advocacy. This year PIELC’s theme is … Continue reading Press Release: Lierre Keith To Give Keynote Speech at PIELC

Press Release: Community Education Against the SNWA Water Grab – January 11th in SLC

By Deep Green Resistance Great Basin It sounds like a bad business plan: Las Vegas is planning a $15 billion project to extract water from the driest places in the country. Ranchers, farmers, indigenous and rural communities, hunters, and environmentalists are coming together to oppose the project, and clean air activists from Salt Lake City … Continue reading Press Release: Community Education Against the SNWA Water Grab – January 11th in SLC