Comité Directivo de Deep Green Resistance

Saba Malik & Lierre Keith

El Comité Directivo de Deep Green Resistance establece las políticas de la organización y trabajan para organizar un éxito estratégico de largo alcance. El comité consiste en una junta de consejo con tres miembros permanentes y de cuatro a ocho miembros electos por la membresía general de DGR.

Junta de Consejo

Derrick Jensen

Proclamado como el poeta filósofo del movimiento medioambiental, Derrick Jensen es autor de numerosos libros incluyendo Endgame, What We Leave Behind y A Language Older Than Words.

Lierre Keith

Lierre es una escritora, una granjera de pequeña escla, una activista feminista radical. Es la autora de dos novelas asi como del libro The Vegeterian Myth: Food, Justice and Sustainability. Ha sido arrestada seis veces. Vive en el Norte de California.

Saba Malik

Saba ha sido una activista política durante toda su vida. Estudia medicina de herbario y adora pasar con sus hijos el tiempo en el bosque. Se identifica como una feminista radical y está comprometida apasionadamente con la resistencia política organizada.



Miembros Electos

William Falk

Occupied Northern Ute Territory, known as Park City, Utah

I am a writer, lawyer, and environmental activist. The natural world is speaking and my work is my way of listening. I believe the ongoing destruction of the natural world is the most pressing issue confronting us today. For me, writing is a tool to be used in resistance.

I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School and practiced as a public defender in Kenosha, WI. I left the public defender office to pursue frontline environmental activism. So far, activism has taken me to the Unist’ot’en Camp – an indigenous cultural center and pipeline blockade on unceded Wet’suwet’en territory in so-called British Columbia, Canada, to a construction blockade on Mauna Kea in Hawai’i, and to endangered pinyon-juniper forests in the Great Basin.

My writing has been published by the San Diego Free Press, CounterPunch, Earth Island Journal, and Deep Green Resistance News Service among others.

Fred Gibson

Director Estratégico

Territorios ocupados de Ute, Arapaho, Ute y Cheyenne, también conocido como Colorado

Como miembro retirado del ejército y el mundo de los negocios, estoy dedicado a expiar mi juventud mal gastada. Los escritos de Derrick y Lierre y conversaciones con miembros de DGR me mostraron una visión del mundo que finalmente tenía sensatez, y abogaba por la vida. Me uní a DGR para trabajar con activistas apasionados que defienden un mundo viviente.

Soy un psicólogo organizacional y actualmente estoy concentrado en ayudar a desarrollar la capacidad, confianza y continuidad de DGR de todas las maneras posibles.

Nikos Pelasgos

Occupied Chumash Land, known as Santa Barbara, California

I studied Film and Television at the University of Southern California, but left Hollywood to explore life. A few years later I was inspired to join the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York. That experience changed everything for me.

After an intense period of politicization, I came across some DGR members at a conference and subsequently read the book. The Occupy Movement had left me politically awakened but confused and frustrated. The analysis in the book powerfully grounded me into a new understanding and approach to resistance. The more I grow and learn the more grateful I am for this book and this community.

I intend to contribute music and films to the culture of resistance that we are in the process of developing.

Joanna Pinkiewicz

Occupied land of the Palawa, known as Tasmania, Australia

I’m a Polish born 41 year old living in Tasmania, Australia. The island has progressively affected my being and as my connection to place and spirit grew, so has my political and environmental awareness and work.

I have gained experience in Direct Action against mining and forestry practices (Code Green, Bob Brown Foundation). I’m a member of Disarm, an anti-militarization activist group.

As a radical feminist, I work on creating stronger networks for radical feminist organisations who actively work to end prostitution, porn and violence against women (WoLF Tasmania, NORMAC, Untameable Shrews)

I’m a visual artist who sees art as a spiritual practice as well as political tool.

Max Wilbert

Administrative Co-Director

Occupied Kalapuya Territory, known as Eugene, Oregon

No puedo hablar de mi mismo sin primero hablar de mi familia. Mi padre fue veterano de la Guerra de Vietnam y mi madre creció en el movimiento de Derechos Civiles en Seattle en 1960. Estoy muy agradecido de haber crecido en una familia que me apoya y ama que ha fomentado el pensamiento creativo y el espíritu revolucionario desde una edad temprana.

My activist work began with anti-racist and anti-war organizing in Seattle. Since then, I have focused on solidarity with indigenous communities fighting extraction projects, as well as on movement-building. While living in Salt Lake City, I founded Deep Green Resistance Great Basin, and I now organize with Deep Green Resistance Eugene. My primary allegiance is to the stones, the rivers, the wind, the forest, and all good-hearted beings we share this world with.

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