... Donc, du fond de votre coeur en peine, pensez “résistance”, mot qui deviendra notre promesse à ce qui reste de notre planète. Rassemblez les autres: vous savez déjà qui ils sont. Des gens vaillants, intelligents, militants, et surtout, sérieux, et ensemble déterminez votre cible. Faites-le avec précaution, mais faites-le.

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Le Camp Unis’tot’en est une communauté de résistance terrestre, sous direction autochtone, qui vise à bloquer de façon stratégique la construction de pipelines d’importance cruciale pour l’extraction des sables bitumeux et des gaz de schiste.
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“Le remède au désespoir l'est pas l'espoir. C'est découvrir ce que l'on est prêt à faire pour quelque chose qui nous tient à cœur.” ―Margaret Wheatley

Thu, Apr 19 2018
Colorado Climate Lawsuit First to Hold Fossil Fuel Companies Accountable for Climate Impacts
Featured image: Suncor Energy owns the only oil refinery in Colorado. Max and Dee Bernt. CC-BY-2.0 / Flickr      by Ken Kimmell / Union of Concerned Scientists WASHINGTON—The city of Boulder and two counties in Colorado are suing ExxonMobil and Suncor [...]

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Wed, Apr 18 2018
Book Excerpt: Responsibility, Morals, and Values
Editor’s note: The following is from the chapter “Culture of Resistance” of the book Deep Green Resistance: A Strategy to Save the Planet.  This book is now available for free online.      by Lierre Keith / Deep Green Resistance The alternative [...]

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Tue, Apr 17 2018
The Art of Avoiding Definitions: A Review of “Trans*: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability”
“Trans*: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability” aims to clarify, but succeeds only in highlighting the lack of clarity which dominates transgender theory.      by Robert Jensen / Feminist Current “Let me define the terms, and I’ll win [...]

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Mon, Apr 16 2018
May 1st is May Day – International Workers’ Day
     by Rapid Response Network This day began as a commemoration of Chicago workers’ fight for the 8 hour work day and the right to organize. In Haiti, workers are still battling for these essential rights. Haitian garment workers receive the lowest [...]

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Sun, Apr 15 2018
The Definition Of Black Consciousness: December 1971, South Africa
Editor’s note: This is the paper produced for a South African Student Organisation Leadership Training Course in December 1971.      by Steve Biko We have defined blacks as those who are by law or tradition politically, economically and socially [...]

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Sat, Apr 14 2018
Indirect Support for Action
Featured image: Army personnel assigned to Bravo Company, 121st Combat Support Hospital, based out of Camp. When one cannot go to support an action directly, how can one still support that action? Editor’s note: This is an edited transcript of [...]

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Fri, Apr 13 2018
Detroit Environmental Justice Leader Unjustly Incarcerated for Defending Family from Assault
Siwatu-Salama Ra Sentenced to Two Years in Prison During High-Risk Pregnancy      by Sierra Club Detroit, MI — Earlier this month, Siwatu-Salama Ra, Co-Director of the East Michigan Environmental Action Council (EMEAC), was sentenced to two [...]

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Thu, Apr 12 2018
Call for Solidarity Actions to End the Destruction of the Zad of Notre Dame Des Landes
     by Zad Forever We are writing with the smell of tear gas rising from our fingers. The springtime symphony of birdsong is punctuated by the explosive echo of concussion grenades. Our eyes are watering, less from the gas than the sadness; because our [...]

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Wed, Apr 11 2018
Biko: Some African Cultural Concepts
     by Steve Biko One of the most difficult things to do these days is to talk with authority on anything to do with African Culture. Somehow Africans are not expected to have any deep understanding of their own culture or even of themselves. Other [...]

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Tue, Apr 10 2018
I Write What I Like: The Legacy of Steve Biko and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle
     by Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance “Deep down, every liberationist is an optimist.” – Steve Biko Steve Biko was a South African anti-apartheid activist and organizer who was murdered by the secret police in 1978. He was 32 years old when he [...]

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