...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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“MEND has told the oil industry, “Leave our land or you will die in it.” Are we willing to say “Leave our mountains, our wetlands, our last ancient trees, our kin of feathers and fur?” Are we willing to fight for this planet?” ―Lierre Keith

Mon, Dec 06 2021
Indigenous Leaders Hail Biden’s Proposed Chaco Canyon Drilling Ban as ‘Important First Step’
Editor’s note: We would hope that this action would be a turning point where the United States stops its management planning philosophy of “natural resources” and focuses on the protection of all living beings. Yet how tenative only [...]

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Sun, Dec 05 2021
Dakota Access Pipeline resister stands with integrity in face of long prison sentence
Sentenced to eight years in prison for acts of sabotage, water protector Jessica Reznicek reflects on her faith-driven resistance. By Cristina Yurena Zerr This article was first published in the German newspaper taz, and has been translated and edited for [...]

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Sat, Dec 04 2021
Reading Ti-Grace Atkinson’s Amazon Odyssey: Resistance Means Being Revolutionary and Radical, Not Reactionary
By Jocelyn Crawley Women all over the world should be unequivocally enraged about the ongoing abuse, degradation, and harassment that members of the male-invented class “female” continue to experience in these ostensibly “progressive, postmodern” [...]

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Fri, Dec 03 2021
Three Indigenous delegates talk COP26 and what’s missing in Canada’s climate efforts
Editor’s note: You don’t have to be indigenous to love the land you live on but it certainly gives moral authority. And in the fight against settler colonialism gives a much greater legitimate claim to virtue. They don’t even follow their [...]

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Thu, Dec 02 2021
Uncontacted tribe’s land invaded and destroyed for beef production
This article originally appeared in Survival International. Featured image: Piripkura men Baita and Tamandua, photographed during an encounter with a FUNAI unit. The two men, who are uncle and nephew, have had sporadic interactions with the [...]

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Wed, Dec 01 2021
Human Rights Depend on a Thriving Natural World
This article first appeared in The Revelator. Editor’s note: It would seem like these rights would be self evident birth rights unrequiring of institutions agency. Unfortunately like all UN resolutions this carries no enforcement, see Palestine. How [...]

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Tue, Nov 30 2021
Update from Peehee Mu’huh / Thacker Pass
This story first appeared in Protect Thacker Pass. By Max Wilbert It’s been 10 months since I first arrived at Thacker Pass and began work to protect the land from a proposed open-pit lithium mine in earnest. Today I share this video reporting from the [...]

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Mon, Nov 29 2021
Struggle endures for Philippine community pitted against gold miner
This story first appeared in Mongabay. By Karlston Lapniten Editor’s note: And the Struggle endures. “I do not fight fascists because I will win. I fight fascists because they are fascists.” ― Chris Hedges, Wages of Rebellion: The Moral [...]

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Sun, Nov 28 2021
But… Cities?
This story first appeared in By My Solitary Hearth Editor’s note: Albuquerque is in fact too large. It is a city. It is actually the cities that are the cause of all those problems. This article mentions: “This idea that we need to set aside [...]

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Sat, Nov 27 2021
Indigenous Papuans won their forest back from a palm oil firm, but still lack land title
This article originally appeared in Mongabay. Editor’s note: The strong focus on mapping forests mentioned in this article makes one suspicious. Mapping is needed for governments to control “natural ressources” and give concessions to [...]

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