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This press release comes to us from Fertile Ground Environmental Institute, a grassroots, Deep Green non-profit. Global warming. Racism. Sexual Violence. Inequality. War. Species extinction. What are the links between these issues? And how can we move towards victory? … Continue reading
The Seattle chapter of Deep Green Resistance, while only a month old, has doubled it’s membership in that time and we are in the process of planning several events and actions. Contact us if you want to be involved. Forward!
Want to get involved with the Seattle chapter of Deep Green Resistance? We focus on building a culture of resistance, fighting destructive projects and culture, and advocating for strategic resistance to industrial civilization. The Seattle chapter is recruiting new members … Continue reading
The Deep Green Resistance News Service is the informational wing of Deep Green Resistance, and publishes original essays, videos, interviews, radio, and commentary as well as republishing notable news from other resistance and justice-oriented communities. Follow the DGR News Service … Continue reading
This comes from our friend Anne Keala Kelly, an award-wining native Hawaiian journalist and activist whose previous film, Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawai’i is a powerful indictment of American settler-colonialism in the Hawaiian islands. “Why The Mountain”: … Continue reading