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Durham, NC: “NO WALL NO BORDER” Graffiti in Solidarity with #J20 and FL Prison Strikers

Durham, NC: “NO WALL NO BORDER” Graffiti in Solidarity with #J20 and FL Prison Strikers

From It’s Going Down The following short report was sent anonymously to It’s Going Down: A group of friends spent a casual and soon-to-be snowy evening decorating a huge wall in view of Durham’s highway 147. We hope this can warm the hearts of friends and comrades facing repression on both sides of the...
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Two Paychecks Podcast: Blockade Against McKenzie Forest Logging

Two Paychecks Podcast: Blockade Against McKenzie Forest Logging

From It’s Going Down In Oregon, Cascadia Forest Defenders are resisting the logging of public lands of the McKenzie Forest by by setting up blockades and occupying treesits. Logging the McKenzie would be harmful to the water table for surrounding communities, it is also one of the last bits of unlogged forest. Resistance to...
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France: ZAD Declares Victory as Airport Plan Dropped!

France: ZAD Declares Victory as Airport Plan Dropped!

From Freedom News In a communique the famous horizontal community Zone à Defendre (ZAD) has declared a “historic victory” and called for “expropriated peasants and inhabitants to be able to fully recover their rights as soon as possible.” The entirety of the land area devoted to the airport project — 1,650 hectares of land declared...
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Red Fawn Fallis Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

Red Fawn Fallis Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

from Water Protector Legal Collective Red Fawn Fallis appears outside the federal courthouse in Bismarck, N.D., on Dec. 8, 2017. Photo: Tom Stromme /The Bismarck Tribune/AP One Charge Dropped: Government to Recommend a Maximum of 7 Years Mandan, ND: Attorneys for Red Fawn Fallis today notified the court of a change of plea pursuant...
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Rethinking Oil: Red Lake Tribal Council Votes to Rescind Deal with Enbridge Energy

Rethinking Oil: Red Lake Tribal Council Votes to Rescind Deal with Enbridge Energy

by Levi Rickert / Native News Online RED LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION – Even the though the Red Lake Tribe approved a deal in 2015, which called for Enbridge Energy to pay $18.5 million for less than a half acre of land to run pipelines on its tribal land, last week the Red Lake Tribal Council...
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Update on the Earth First! Winter Rendezvous in Southern Mississippi

Update on the Earth First! Winter Rendezvous in Southern Mississippi

submitted to Earth First! Newswire Greetings and a Happy Gregorian New Year to All! An autonomous group of Earth First!ers has been busy all winter long searching for a small corner of swamplandia, deep down in the dirty gulf south, that might be willing to host the finest gathering of scumbags to ever assemble…...
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Hunt Sab Critically Injured in Premeditated Attack

Hunt Sab Critically Injured in Premeditated Attack

from Hunt Saboteurs Association A Hunt Saboteur is in critical condition after being punched to the ground and ridden down by members of the Dart Vale and South Pool Harriers. The huntsman from the hunt was present and involved in the attack. Cameras and radios were stolen during the attack. Saboteurs had been following...
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Meet the 23-Year-Old Who’s Helping Lead the Indigenous Resistance Against Pipelines

Meet the 23-Year-Old Who’s Helping Lead the Indigenous Resistance Against Pipelines

from Brit + Co / Natalie Zisa Jackie Fielder quit her full-time job in June 2017. But it wasn’t to travel the world or go back to school, like some other 23-year-olds. Instead, she made a bold decision to join Mazaska Talks, an organization that aims to encourage organizations and individuals to divest from...
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Maine Town Wins Round in Tar Sands Oil Battle With Industry

Maine Town Wins Round in Tar Sands Oil Battle With Industry

from Inside Climate News / Sabrina Shankman SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—A federal judge has handed a win to South Portland, Maine over a pipeline company that wants to send tar sands oil through the city, a proposal seen as opening a path for Canada’s crude to reach the East Coast for export. But the fight...
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UK: Earth First! Winter Moot 2018

UK: Earth First! Winter Moot 2018

from Earth First! UK A weekend of campaign updates, networking, planning, solidarity and socialising in Sheffield — in solidarity with Sheffield Tree Action Group. Involved or want to get involved in ecological resistance in Britain & Ireland? Whether you are fighting fracking, opencast coal, fracking, GM, nuclear power, new road building or quarries. The...
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“We All Need It To Survive”: Fighting the Bayou Bridge Pipeline

“We All Need It To Survive”: Fighting the Bayou Bridge Pipeline

from It’s Going Down   https://ia601509.us.archive.org/13/items/bridgepipe/bridgepipe.mp3 This is the first time in Louisiana that we have seen environmental justice, African-American communities, we have seen indigenous communities, we have seen crawfishers, we have seen faith leaders – stand together, united to say: “This is just a company we don’t want to give access to our...
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Fort McKay First Nation Ready to Take Legal Action Against Oilsands Project if Approved

Fort McKay First Nation Ready to Take Legal Action Against Oilsands Project if Approved

by David Thurton / cbcnews A Fort McKay elder and some youth at the Moose Lake reserve. (Fort McKay First Nation) The Fort McKay First Nation says it’s ready to take legal action against any approval of an oilsands project near the First Nation’s ancestral homeland. The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) began public hearings...
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