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Then fire for all you're worth.

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“There is a power that can be created out of pent up indignation, courage, and the inspiration of a common cause, and if enough people put their minds and bodies into that cause, they can win.” ―Howard Zinn

Fri, Nov 17 2017
Colorado River Dispatch #5: A River’s Ghost
Featured image by Michelle McCarron      by Will Falk / Deep Green Resistance Southwest Coalition Tuesday, I stood on the steps of the Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse in Denver before a crowd gathered to hear my thoughts as one of the “next [...]

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Wed, Nov 15 2017
Yatama Condemns Military, Police in Urban Destruction
     by Brett Spencer / Intercontinental Cry On Saturday, Nov. 11, members and supporters of the Miskitu indigenous party, Yapti Tasba Masraka Nanih Aslatakanka (YATAMA) crowded into their burnt down compound to celebrate their thirtieth anniversary. [...]

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Tue, Nov 14 2017
Jerry Brown Tells Indigenous Protesters in Bonn, “Let’s Put You in the Ground”
     by Dan Bacher / Intercontinental Cry  Governor Jerry Brown doesn’t always deal with critics of his controversial environmental policies well — and that was the case again on Saturday, November 11, when he spoke at the UN Climate Conference in [...]

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Sun, Nov 12 2017
Indigenous Yatama Party Undeterred by Sandinista Military Siege
Featured image: Amid reports the Sandinista army has ordered his capture or execution; historic political and spiritual leader of the Indigenous political party of Yatama, Brooklyn Rivera, prepares to brave a public appearance. Photo: Lloyd Lopez     [...]

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Fri, Nov 10 2017
History Repeats Itself on Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast
     by Laura Herlihy / Intercontinental Cry  The Nicaraguan Sandinista (FSLN) government of Daniel Ortega and the indigenous Miskitu people are repeating their own history. Resembling the Cold War era of the 1980s, violence is playing out again along [...]

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Fri, Nov 10 2017
Colorado River Dispatch #4: Lost in Canyonlands
Featured image by Michelle McCarron      by Will Falk / Deep Green Resistance Southwest Coalition In most places, Life protects the modern human’s fragile sense of self-importance by veiling the weight of time in the soft accumulation of soil, by [...]

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Sun, Nov 05 2017
Colorado River Dispatch: How Do Dams Fall?
Featured image by Michelle McCarron      by Will Falk / Deep Green Resistance Southwest Coalition Hear the white crash of her torrents on the boulders she drags through the desert, feel the unyielding red rock she pushes through, lose your balance in the [...]

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Sat, Nov 04 2017
New York State Wins Latest Round in Battle with Pipeline & Federal Agency
     by Protect Orange County and Stop the Minisink Compression Station In a move that is being widely celebrated by both activists and national environmental rights groups, this afternoon, the US Court of Appeals, Second Circuit in NY issued an emergency [...]

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Fri, Nov 03 2017
First Hearing in Colorado River v. Colorado
Denver, CO—For the first time in U.S. legal history, a natural entity itself will stand as a party before the court. The first hearing in Colorado River v. Colorado will address emerging legal issues in rights of nature litigation as well as the Attorney [...]

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Wed, Nov 01 2017
Ponca Nation of Oklahoma to Recognize the Rights of Nature to Stop Fracking
Featured image: Casey Camp-Horinek with her granddaughter      by Movement Rights / via Intercontinental Cry San Francisco, CA – After suffering for years with poisoned water and serious health issues due to fracking and injection wells on and near [...]

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