Chris Hedges: Shut It Down–Stories From A Fierce, Loving Resistance

Shut it Down banner at front of march - Anglesea Coal Shut it Down Rally 10 Aug 2014-IMG_7672

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Feb 15, 2020

On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to activist and author, Lisa Fithian, about fierce, loving resistance. Lisa has been at the center of some of the most important campaigns of the American resistance movement in the past four decades, including the March for Peace, Justice in Central America and South Africa, Justice for Janitors labor organizing campaign, the Battle of Seattle, Occupy Wall Street, Egypt’s Tahrir Square, Standing Rock, Ferguson, and most recently, the Extinction Rebellion climate justice protests.

Fithian’s new book is: Shut It Down: Stories From A Fierce, Loving Resistance.

From the archives:

The Climate Apocalypse Is Accelerating–If We’re Going To Dodge Extinction, We’d Better Hurry by Eric Schechter

If You’re Not Busy Plotting Nonviolent Revolution for Peace and Climate, You’re Busy Dying by David Swanson

Chris Hedges: Rebellion Is The Only Way To Stop The Ruling Elites, interviewed by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Beyond Planting Trees and Changing Light Bulbs: A List of Things You Can Do About The Climate Crisis by Rivera Sun

Chris Hedges, Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese: The Mechanics of Rebellion

Chris Hedges: Extinction Rebellion Has Called For A Global Strike By Workers Around The World

Beyond Voting by Howard Zinn + What Else You Can Do: 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action by David Swanson

Liberty and Strategy for All

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