Posts Tagged ‘ Call for Support ’

Germany: Call to Action For the Hambacher Forest!

from Hambacher Forst Bezetzung Fight for every meter: Call to action for the Hambacher Forst squat Since 6 years the Hambacher Forst is squatted. People are building tree houses and defend them to keep the trees, in which they live, safe. Besides their best efforts the brown coal excavators are closing in. According to...
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France: Live Blog of the Second Wave of Expulsions of la ZAD

France: Live Blog of the Second Wave of Expulsions of la ZAD

from Squat!net You can see the live ticker over on enoughisenough 09:52am Clashes at the edge of the forest at Bellevue. Images by @ZAD_NDDL Klaxon radio: If you are north of the Rohan forest, to the Datchacha, there is a a special unit of cop dressed in light blue who ambush people and make surprise...
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Harassment of Water Protectors Increases in Louisiana

Harassment of Water Protectors Increases in Louisiana

from Its Going Down The following report from people on the ground in Louisiana fighting the Bayou Bridge pipeline outlines ongoing acts of repression and violence directed against the L’eau Est La Vie camp from the State and Energy Transfer Partners. Things have been heating up recently at L’eau Est La Vie (Water is...
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May 10th-14th: Take Action in DC to Stand in Solidarity with J20 Defendants

May 10th-14th: Take Action in DC to Stand in Solidarity with J20 Defendants

from It’s Going Down The next round of J20 trials is starting. If you are in the DC area, please consider coming out to these upcoming events. On May 10th and 11th, please also take part in the call-in campaign for J20 defendants no matter where you are. May 10th: The Green Scare &...
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Call for Support for the ZAD

Call for Support for the ZAD

from ZAD Resist During a picnic action someone holds up a sign “The zad is ours”   Auteur: Thenewguy — Publié 2018-05-03 16:28 — (87 Lectures) After three weeks of the police operation of ZAD nddl, our struggle to resist continues even as others negotiate with the state. The next wave if evictions is...
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Environmental Stewardship is Not a Crime

Environmental Stewardship is Not a Crime

by Elise Gerhart / Earth First! Newswire Photo credit Jen Deerinwater I am in love with the springtime. May especially, when the animals are emerging, and the migrating ones are returning, full of energy and life. I love the light rains, and the whole “April showers bring May flowers” phenomenon that comes with the...
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Donation Drive—Get a Free Earth First! Shirt When You Sign Up to Be a Recurring Donor (One Week Only!)

Donation Drive—Get a Free Earth First! Shirt When You Sign Up to Be a Recurring Donor (One Week Only!)

We have raised $2,916 of our $23,000 goal! To celebrate passing the 10% mark for our huge fundraiser, and to keep that donation bar moving, we are offering a free gift with recurring donations of $15 or more signed up for in the next week. If you sign up to become a recurring Earth...
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Oregon: A Lil’ Bit Punk and A Lil’ Bit Country: A Benefit For the Earth First! Journal and Rough ‘N’ Ready Mobile Kitchen

Oregon: A Lil’ Bit Punk and A Lil’ Bit Country: A Benefit For the Earth First! Journal and Rough ‘N’ Ready Mobile Kitchen

submitted to Earth First! Newswire Well, us here in wild Southern Oregon have been talkin’ a lot about how the Journal should move to our neck of the woods and all that. It got to a point where it seemed like we oughta do our part to get the Journal outta Dodge before the...
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We’re Extending Our Submission Deadline…Again

We’re Extending Our Submission Deadline…Again

from Earth First! Newswire Do to too many circumstance to count, let alone list, the Journal has extended our submission deadline for our Litha/Summer 2018 issue until May 11. We need your articles, essays, poetry, photos, letters to the editor (for Dear Shit fer Brains), campaign updates, how-to’s, reviews, and whatever else you think...
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Defend Black Mesa Resistance Camp Launching in May

Defend Black Mesa Resistance Camp Launching in May

from Dine’ Land and Water On May 14, 2018, the Diné elders of Black Mesa and Big Mountain are calling resisters from near and far to converge at Black Mesa! On that day, they will launch a continuous camp to defend Diné sovereignty and share traditional ways of life with the younger generation. Participants...
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Virginia: A Young Tree Sitter Starves in a Tent 50 Feet High to Stop a Pipeline

Virginia: A Young Tree Sitter Starves in a Tent 50 Feet High to Stop a Pipeline

by Appalachians Against Pipelines/ It’s Going Down When a young girl got up in a monopod tent with limited food to prevent construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) back in March, she had no idea the movement her action would spark. A 61 year-old woman, “Red” Terry, would soon join the effort by...
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The Earth First! Journal is Moving! But We Need Your Help to Get There

The Earth First! Journal is Moving! But We Need Your Help to Get There

from the Earth First! Journal art by Edna Jones It’s official—the Earth First! Journal is relocating! By the beginning of 2019 we hope to have moved from the concrete swamp of South Florida to the woods of Southern Oregon. It’s been a long time coming, and this move will increase our opportunities for outreach...
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