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Water Protectors Step Up Actions to Shut Down Pipelines

In the last few days, Water Protectors across the so-called US have taken action against a variety of pipeline projects. This includes both Embridge's Line 3 pipeline, which saw action and construction stoppages on...

Organizing at the Frontiers: Appalachian Resistance to Pipelines

A look at capital accumulation and resource extraction in Appalachia as well as current autonomous social movements fighting it. Includes some thoughts on where such resistance might be heading, with the onslaught of automation....

War In the Swamps: A Conversation With L’eau Est La Vie Camp

In this episode of the It's Going Down podcast, we were lucky enough to catch up with people involved in the L'eau Est La Vie camp, which is fighting the construction of the Bayou...

After the Monopod: Nutty & the Anti-Pipeline Fight in Appalachia

On March 28th, 2018, a monopod blockade was erected on a Mountain Valley Pipeline access road in the Jefferson National Forest in so-called Virginia, on occupied Cherokee and Monacan territory (to the best of...

Revuelta Comunitaria: Battling Mexico’s Airport of Death

The following piece, the first of our brand new column, Revuelta Comunitaria, written by the folks at Voices in Movement, looks at the lengthy and ongoing struggle against the New International Airport of Mexico City...

Tree Sit Launched in the Path of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline

July 16th marks the start of the #RiseTogether Weeks of Action to stop the Bayou Bridge pipeline. The following report discusses the launching of a tree-sit in the path of the project. Deep in the Atchafalaya...
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Trouble #14: Fighting Where We Stand

SubMedia returns with another episode of Trouble that focuses on the defense of autonomous spaces. In our hyper-alienated and media-saturated societies, struggles for collective liberation are all too often reduced to a contest of...

Tree-Sitters & Blockades Continue to Stall Pipelines

Jackson Phillips reports from the frontlines of the growing Hellbender Autonomous Zone, as blockades and tree-sits are stopping the construction of two pipelines.  by Jackson Phillips In the hills of Appalachia, two humans in the sky...

Audio Report: Fighting Kinder Morgan at Camp Cloud

Over the last several months, an encampment has been growing in Coast Salish Territory, also known as so-called British Columbia against a massive Kinder Morgan project, the Trans Mountain Pipeline. In response, the project has...

“It Will Burn Forever”: From Appalachia to la ZAD

The following is a statement of solidarity from the Three Sisters anti-pipeline camp in Appalachia with the ZAD (Zone to Defend), located in France. Over the last two days, the ZAD has faced brutal...