...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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“A political resistance goes on day and night, under cover and over ground, where people can see it and people can’t. It is taught. It is encouraged. It is celebrated. It is smart. It is committed. And someday it will win.” ―Andrea Dworkin

Mon, Dec 05 2016
Representatives of the Veterans Delegation Arrive at Standing Rock

     by Indigenous Environmental Network Cannonball, ND – At approximately 3PM CST a group of about 30 people gathered to create a protective prayer line on the Backwater Bridge, the site of the November 20th attack on peaceful and unarmed water [...]

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Sun, Dec 04 2016
How we can stop the destruction of life on Earth

     by Ben Warner / Deep Green Resistance UK According to the Oxford English Dictionary the new word of the year is “post-truth.” It means “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public [...]

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Sat, Dec 03 2016
Verdict in Montrose 9 Necessity Defense Trial: GUILTY

     by ResistAIM Cortlandt, NY — Four months after conclusion of the trial, today Judge Daniel McCarthy found the “Montrose 9” guilty of disorderly conduct for blocking traffic in Cortlandt Town Court. The “Montrose 9,” local residents and [...]

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Fri, Dec 02 2016
Protective Use of Force: Defining Nonviolence and Pacifism

This is part five of the series Protective Use of Force.  Find the first part at Choosing Effective Tactics for our Struggle, the second part at Defining Violence, part three at Different Forms of Violence and part four at The Problems With Violence.  [...]

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Thu, Dec 01 2016
Peru: Priest’s notorious “Death Road” to cut uncontacted tribes in two

Featured image: The Amazon Uncontacted Frontier, a large area on the Peru-Brazil border that is home to the largest concentration of uncontacted tribes in the world. © Survival International      By Survival International A new “death road” [...]

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Wed, Nov 30 2016
When a Man Kills a Woman

Across everything that divides societies, we share in common that men’s violence against women is normalised, tolerated, justified - and hidden in plain sight.

Since 25 November last year, at least 118 women and girls in the UK aged over 13 have [...]

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Tue, Nov 29 2016
Professor Watchlist fails in reasoned argument

     by Robert Jensen From a “critique” of my work on the latest Professor Watchlist, I learned that I’m a threat to my students for contending that we won’t end men’s violence against women “if we do not address the toxic notions about [...]

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Mon, Nov 28 2016
Protective Use of Force: The Problems with Violence

This is part four of the series Protective Use of Force.  Find the first part at Choosing Effective Tactics for our Struggle, the second part at Defining Violence, and the third part at Different Forms of Violence.  Part five is here: Defining [...]

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Sun, Nov 27 2016
Indigenous Resolve ‘Stronger Than Ever’ as Feds Order DAPL Protest Camp Shut Down

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday informed Indigenous water protectors and their allies that they have nine days to vacate the main Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp—or else face arrest.

"This decision is necessary to protect the [...]

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Sat, Nov 26 2016
Protective Use of Force: Different Forms of Violence

This is part three of the series Protective Use of Force.  Find the first part at Choosing Effective Tactics for our Struggle, the second part at Defining Violence, and part four at The Problems With Violence.      by Adam Herriott / Deep Green [...]

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