...So think "resistance" with all your aching heart, a word that must become our promise to what is left of this planet. Gather the others: you already know them. The brave, smart, militant, and, most of all, serious, and together take aim. Do it carefully, but do it.

Then fire for all you're worth.

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“Understand: the task of an activist is not to negotiate systems of power with as much personal integrity as possible ― it’s to dismantle those systems.” ―Lierre Keith

Sun, Aug 28 2016
Activists blockading coal train in Bellingham

By Deep Green Resistance Seattle A coal train entering Bellingham, Washington has been blockaded by a fossil fuel resistance group, including members of Deep Green Resistance. This blockade, part of an ongoing regional campaign against fossil fuels, has [...]

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Mon, Aug 22 2016
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and IITC file an Urgent Communication to the United Nations Citing Human Rights Violations Resulting from Pipeline Construction

Featured image: Dakota Access Pipeline Protest In North Dakota. Photo Credit: “No Dakota Access in Treaty Territory – Camp of the Sacred Stones”  By International lndian Treaty Council Ft. Yates, North Dakota, United States: On [...]

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Sun, Aug 21 2016
Yaquis: The Story of a People’s War and a Genocide in Mexico

By Intercontinental Cry In this 60-minute film, the Mexican writer, novelist and political activist Paco Taibo II travels to the territory of the Yaqui Peoples to remember the longest-running armed struggle in Mexico’s history (1867-1909); a [...]

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Sat, Aug 20 2016
Jaluar Mega Dam in the Philippines Threatens to Displace Indigenous Peoples

Featured image: International Solidarity Mission delegates listen to testimonies by Tumandok men and women in Barangay Agcalaga, Calinog. Photo Credits: Jalaur River for the People Movement. By Karlo Mikhail Mongaya, GlobalVoices The Tumandok [...]

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Mon, Aug 15 2016
Women’s Liberation Front vs. United States

By Women’s Liberation Front On August 11th, 2016, Women’s Liberation Front filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Justice and the US Department of Education, challenging their recent actions which have caused the dissolution of Title IX, [...]

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Wed, Aug 10 2016
Time is Short: From Crisis to Resistance!

Featured image by Vanessa Vanderburgh By Joanna Pinkiewicz / Deep Green Resistance Australia Most people in the industrial civilized world will come to a point of crisis, loosely translated from its Greek origin as: “testing time” or “an emergency [...]

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Mon, Aug 08 2016
“Stop Brazil’s Genocide”: Brazil blocks dangerous dam

Featured image: On the eve of the Rio Olympics, Brazil has blocked a dam which would have destroyed forest of the Munduruku tribe © Maíra Irigaray/Amazon Watch By Survival International As the Rio Olympics kick off, Brazil has blocked the construction [...]

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Sat, Aug 06 2016
News round-up: fossil fuel trains, Santa Barbara chapter, report from England, supporting underground resistance

DGR Lower Columbia members report on publicy supporting underground resistance at a coal export terminal EIS hearing. DGR Seattle needs signatures on an open letter demanding that BNSF Railway stop transporting fossil fuels. A new DGR chapter has been [...]

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Fri, Aug 05 2016
Olympics: Tribe facing “genocide” defies ranchers after baby’s death

Featured image:  The Guarani have a deep sense of connection to their land, but have seen most of it stolen and destroyed by intensive agriculture.  © Fiona Watson/Survival International By Survival International On the eve of the Olympics, a tribe in [...]

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Wed, Aug 03 2016
Coalition Files Brief Against AIM Pipeline

By ResistAIM On Friday, July 29th, a coalition of 21 plaintiffs including local groups Riverkeeper, Sierra Club Lower Hudson, Food & Water Watch NY, Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE), and Reynolds Hill, Inc. filed a brief in the U.S. Court [...]

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