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“Our strategy should be not only to confront empire, but to lay siege to it. To shame it. To mock it. With our art, our music, our literature, our stubbornness, our joy, our brilliance, our sheer relentlessness.” ―Arundhati Roy

Mon, Mar 01 2021
The History Of Thacker Pass [Dispatches from Thacker Pass]
Upon completion of forty days of launching a protest camp in the proposed site for lithium mining in Thacker Pass, Max delves into the history of the area. Featured image: Max Wilbert By Max Wilbert/Protect Thacker Pass Forty days ago, my friend Will Falk [...]

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Sun, Feb 28 2021
The Gender Identity Industry, Transhumanism and Posthumanism
Written by Jennifer Bilek. This blog piece draws together analysis on gender identity and post-humanism ideology. By Jennifer Bilek/The 11th Hour Blog The massive rearranging of western societies at warp speed, purportedly to address a human rights issue for [...]

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Sat, Feb 27 2021
The Cult Of The Goddess Kali
In this excerpt from her book Matriarchal Societies, Heide Goettner-Abendroth describes her journey to the shrine of Kali, which is at the meeting place of two streams. Heide’s writing brings to life the sacredness of both nature and women.  When they [...]

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Fri, Feb 26 2021
Researchers Urge Better Protection As Wetlands Continue To Vanish
This article was written by Morgan Erickson-Davis.   Morgan describes how biodiverse wetlands are, she asserts we need a change in law to restore them begin to look after and to recreate balance between people, wetlands and biodiversity.  By Morgan [...]

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Thu, Feb 25 2021
Brazil: Indigenous people fight Covid and Bolsonaro
In this article Survival International draw attention to the impact of the corona virus on indigenous people, compounded further by persecution from President Bolsonaro. Survival International seek to amplify the voices of indigenous people, protecting their [...]

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Wed, Feb 24 2021
India’s Farmer’s Protests: This Is History In The Making
This article was written by Sarang Narasimhaiah and Mukesh Kulriya and published on Roarmag.org in the 5th February 2021. Sarang and Mukesh offer the reader a detailed acount of the protests, why people are against corporate rule and what the protests may [...]

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Tue, Feb 23 2021
How Climate Change Is Reducing Numbers Of Humpback Whale Calves In The North-West Atlantic
Written by Christian Ramp and originally published in The Conversation. This article highlights evidence linking reduction in reproduction of the humback whale and climate change. Climate change is having a serious impact on the world’s oceans in various [...]

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Mon, Feb 22 2021
Lithium Mining Ain’t Green, with Kevin Emmerich
Voices for Nature and Peace podcast features Kevin Emmerich, who was interviewed by Kollibri Sonnenblume about lithium mining. They talk about the harms caused by such mining on the unique ecology in the Thacker Pass area.  By Elisabeth Robson | Feb [...]

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Sun, Feb 21 2021
Indigenous Leaders Killed In Philippines Were ‘Red-Tagged’ Over Dam Opposition
In this article, written by Jun N. Aguirre and published in Mongabay on February 8th, 2021, he describes how nine environmental activists were killed by the authorities due to their opposition regarding the construction of dams. Featured image: Project [...]

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Sat, Feb 20 2021
Chemical Screams
A beautfiul description of Thacker Pass by Will Falk | Feb 7, 2021 If you look across Thacker Pass from the shoulders of the Montana mountains, the land looks like a quilt the Double-H mountains in the south pulled up to their chin to keep warm during [...]

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