...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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“Cowardice asks “Is it safe?”, Expediency “Is it politic?”, Vanity “Is it popular?” But Conscience asks “Is it right?” Sometimes one must take a position that is neither safe, politic, nor popular, but is right.” ―Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thu, Feb 11 2016
Beyond Flint, Michigan: The Navajo Water Crisis

Featured image: Figure from EPA Pacific Southwest Region 9 Addressing Uranium Contamination on the Navajo Nation By Courtney Parker / Intercontinental Cry Recent media coverage and spiraling public outrage over the water crisis in Flint, Michigan has [...]

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Wed, Feb 10 2016
Indigenous Otomí-Ñätho Exercise Autonomy to Defend Lands

Featured Image: Like Cheran, Michoacán, and the Zapatista Caracoles of Chiapas, the Ñätho community of Huitzizilapan have exercised their sovereignty and voted to form their own communal assembly. Photo: Más de 131. By Mas de 131 / Global Voices [...]

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Tue, Feb 09 2016
World’s highest suicide rate: Indigenous Guarani Kaiowá people

Featured image:  A bereaved Guarani family waiting beside a coffin. The wave of suicides that has struck the Guarani Indians in the last 20 years is unequalled in South America. Suicide is often seen as the only option by people forced from their land [...]

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Sat, Feb 06 2016
News round-up: Bison, Pinyon-Juniper, and the FBI

Recent stories from DGR chapters and members: Yellowstone National Park is proposing a 50 year bison quarantine plan. Quarantine is total human manipulation of wild, migratory bison and is a toxic mimic of true wildlife restoration, ending with [...]

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Tue, Feb 02 2016
Ethiopia Cancels Concession for Karaturi Land Grab

Featured image:  Two Anuak women in the Gambella Province of Ethiopia. By Julio Garcia on March 18, 2007. By Cultural Survival On December 28, 2015 Ethiopia’s Agricultural Ministry revoked their contract with Karuturi Global Limited, an Indian [...]

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Sat, Jan 30 2016
Derrick Jensen: To Protect and Serve

Originally published in the September/October 2012 issue of Orion. Now republished for the first time online. In an era of government-sanctioned polluters, communities must defend themselves Several years ago I spoke at a benefit for an organization [...]

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Tue, Jan 26 2016
Bears Ears Coalition Splits From “Disrespectful” Congressmen

Featured image:  The Abajo Mountains, among the numerous sacred sites contained in the 1.9 million-acre proposed monument of Bears Ears. Photo by Tim Peterson. By Anne Minard / Indian Country Today Media Network Native advocates for the creation of [...]

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Sat, Jan 23 2016
Congress Members Seek to Undermine Lummi Nation’s Request For GPT Permit Denial

Featured image: The 22-foot western cedar totem pole, which features animals and symbols important to the Northern Cheyenne people was created by Master Carver and Lummi Elder Jewell James and the House of Tears carvers, of the Lummi Nation. The totem [...]

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Fri, Jan 22 2016
Update from the Field: Choices Based on Lies Are Not Choices

By Stephany Seay / Buffalo Field Campaign Featured image: A young bull buffalo walks the hills in the Gardiner Basin. Photo by Stephany Seay Based on what we witness in the field everyday, the killing taking place near Gardiner could more accurately be [...]

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Thu, Jan 21 2016
Death Threats and Detention in Paraguay

NEW REPORT DOCUMENTS CHALLENGES OF DEFENDING INDIGENOUS LAND RIGHTS IN THE PARAGUAYAN CHACO By Fionuala Cregan / Intercontinental Cry Featured image: Members of the the Ayoreo community of Cuyabia. Photo: Iniciativa Amotocodie “We don’t care [...]

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