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From Pipelines to Phosphate Mines, Resistance Continues in Springs Country

7. Oktober 2017
From Pipelines to Phosphate Mines, Resistance Continues in Springs Country

From Sabal Trail Resistance News about the Sabal Trail lawsuit, court updates, prisoner support and the emerging phosphate mine fight Photo of cave diving in Blue Springs State Park in Marianna, FL Some important events have happened since our last update. In August, a federal court found the Sabal Trail Pipeline’s Environmental Impact Statement...
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The Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons goes International!

17. September 2017
The Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons goes International!

from FightToxicPrisons.org We’re Hitting the Road with the U.K. “End Toxic Prisons” Tour. Check out dates and details below. This Autumn, the Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons will be touring the UK with Community Action on Prison Expansion. All over the world prisons are toxic environments causing social and ecological harm. Folks from the US...
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For Leonard Peltier’s Birthday: A Statement from Florida Indigenous Rights and Environmental Equality (FIREE)

14. September 2017
For Leonard Peltier’s Birthday: A Statement from Florida Indigenous Rights and Environmental Equality (FIREE)

Artwork by Leonard Peltier from FightToxicPrisons.org [Note: Amidst recovery from an unexpected triple bypass heart surgery and the largest hurricane threat seen in years, political prisoner Leonard Peltier turned 73 this week, on September 12, inside Coleman Federal Correctional Complex in Central Florida. FIREE released the following statement on his birthday and , September...
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UK: Sheffield Tree Defenders Vow To Continue Fight After Legal Loss

17. August 2017
UK: Sheffield Tree Defenders Vow To Continue Fight After Legal Loss

from Josh Halliday / The Guardian Campaigners trying to halt a “politically controversial” tree-felling programme in Sheffield have vowed to continue their fight despite losing a high court battle with council bosses. A judge on Tuesday made orders barring residents from taking “unlawful direct action” to prevent the lawful felling of roadside trees. It...
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New Zine: “Junexit: Another End of the World is Possible”

17. August 2017
New Zine: “Junexit: Another End of the World is Possible”

from Montreal Counter-Info Read PDF here  
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Two Days of Blockades and Actions in Poland’s Primal Bialowieza Forest

14. August 2017
Two Days of Blockades and Actions in Poland’s Primal Bialowieza Forest

from Hambach Forest The logging of ancient Bialowieza Forest has been blocked and equipment occupied for two days in the row now. On Thursday a group of activist locked on to the harvester and a forwarder resulting in the longest logging blockade...
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Why Environmentalists Should Continue to Stand with Prisoners on August 19

13. August 2017
Why Environmentalists Should Continue to Stand with Prisoners on August 19

by Panagioti Tsolkas / FightToxicPrisons.org On August 19, 2017, prisoner activists and their allies have organized the Millions for Prisoners’ Human Rights March to take place in Washington DC, and solidarity actions across the country inside and outside of prisons. The A19 events are now only a week away; its time to step up...
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Michael Kimble: Post-June 11th 2017 Statement

11. August 2017
Michael Kimble: Post-June 11th 2017 Statement

June 11th is a day of solidarity with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist and ecological prisoners. from Anarchy Live One of the things that power wants to do is isolate all those held captive by the state and induce a sense of helplessness and abandonment in the captive’s psyche towards those on the outside...
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Animal Rights Activists Protest Against “Extreme Rodeo” in California

8. August 2017
Animal Rights Activists Protest Against “Extreme Rodeo” in California

by Roxana Kopetman/ Orange County Register   The 9-year-old Ladera Ranch resident walks past protesters restricted to the “freedom of expression” zone outside of the Blue Gate Entrance. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG) COSTA MESA — Mixing bulls, people and fire constitutes animal cruelty, not entertainment, argued a small group of animal...
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Susquehanna Earth First! Climb Camp 2017: Pennsylvania

8. August 2017
Susquehanna Earth First! Climb Camp 2017: Pennsylvania

from Susquehanna Earth First! Susquehanna Earth First! and friends will be hosting a direct-action climb camp in so-called Pennsylvania August 25-31, 2017. This is intended for anyone who is interested in learning or building technical action climbing skills. Folks in this region are currently fighting multiple pipelines, compressor stations, coal, fracking … you name...
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Oaxaca: Mixtec Blood Spilled Over Mining Concessions

2. August 2017
Oaxaca: Mixtec Blood Spilled Over Mining Concessions

from Regeneración Radio   I. Massacre Carried Out on Top of Mineral Deposits Beginning June 13, 2016, the Mixtec population blocked the way of federal forces arriving in Oaxaca to impose the Education Reform. On the morning of June 19, 2016, the blockade located by the town of Nochixtlán is removed. The majority of...
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NYC Graffiti in Solidarity with Marius Mason

26. Juli 2017
NYC Graffiti in Solidarity with Marius Mason

from Earth First! Journal We just wanted to share a message writ large in the belly of the beast that Marius might enjoy. We wrote ‘Visualize Industrial Collapse’ approximately 90 feet wide and 8 feet tall on a fence in Brooklyn with the infrastructure and financial symbols of Manhattan across the East River as...
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