...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.

From Deep Green Resistance
Throughout history all resistance movements have faced ruthless enemies that had unlimited resources. That's why all resistance movements count on loyalty and material support. And, unlike the past, now everything's at stake. We are battling those who are destroying the planet for their profit. Not all of us can participate on the frontlines. But we all can contribute at some level. Here's your opportunity to:
Fund the Resistance
I don't think it is violence to
defend that which you love.
Saba Malik, DGR Steering Committee
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The Unis'tot'en Camp is a land-based, indigenous-led resistance community, strategically blocking construction of pipelines critical for extraction of tar sands and shale gas.
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“Some of the laws of revolution are so simple they seem impossible. The basis of any struggle is people coming together to fight against a common enemy.” ―Assata Shakur

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The Secret War Against Ecocentric People
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Tue, Jun 11 2024
A Tiny Desert Fish Hits a 25 Year Population High
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Sat, Jun 08 2024
‘Right to Roam’ Movement Fights to Give Back the Commons
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Mon, Jun 03 2024
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Fri, May 31 2024
Court Grants Rights to Peru’s Marañón River
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Mon, May 27 2024
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Sat, May 25 2024
Salt Mining Sinks a City, Displacing Thousands in Brazil
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Mon, May 20 2024
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Fri, May 17 2024
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