10 Years Later: GJEP Looks Back on Trip to Amador Hernandez

Revisiting a Darker Shade of Green 10 Years After Amador Hernandez Ten years after a trip by a documentary team assembled by Global Justice Ecology Project to the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, Mexico, GJEP is highlighting the resulting… Read More

Carbon Colonialism and REDD: Reflections on Resistance

Carbon Colonialism and REDD: Reflections on Resistance Amador Hernandez Ten Years Later CounterPunch 3o Apr 2021 Steve Taylor Ten years after a trip by a documentary team assembled by Global Justice Ecology Project (GJEP) to the Lacandon Jungle… Read More

November 2020 Update From Global Justice Ecology Project

Global Justice Ecology Project  November Update Please support our work for social & ecological justice with a secure gift today! Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees GJEP coordinates the Campaign to STOP GE Trees, a national and international… Read More

Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Remembering the Mohawk Uprising in Oka

The Biscuit (1990) Woman with monkey wrench atop buried Chevrolet Biscayne, nicknamed “The Biscuit,” in a car blockade of the Fairview timber sale in the Shawnee. The car blocked the entrance to the Shawnee National Forest during the… Read More

Militant Protests for Mumia Abu-Jamal / Burlington, VT / 25th Anniversary Photo Essay

Two protesters slammed to the asphalt by police as they tried to block President Blll Clinton and his motorcade from attending the National Governor’s Association conference in the Sheraton Hotel in Burlington, VT – Photo: Langelle (1995) GJEP… Read More

Online Now – Chile: Peoples’ Uprising / An Exhibit of Images from the Front Lines

Anonymous musician heads to the front lines. The majority of the front lines are personned by youth. Photo: Langelle This long awaited exhibit is now online. This is the photo and video exhibit from the documentary expedition undertaken… Read More

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Halted: Photo Reportage Snapshots

Ella Rose, whose home was 150 feet from the planned site of the compressor station and within the zone of total destruction if it blew up stated, “I feel that all the hard work that all of us… Read More

Listen: Judi Bari Interview and More

Photo: Judi Bari, Center, walks with support of two friends (1994). photo: Orin Langelle As I was getting ready to do this post – which I do every other year or so to make sure that people remember… Read More

Remembering May 4, 1970: 50 Years After the Kent State Massacre

Protest against the Kent State Massacre during the 1972 Republican National Convention.  Photo: photolangelle.org “… US History Still Churning in My Belly from 50 years ago – Viet Nam, Cambodia, Kent State, and Jackson State by S. Brian… Read More

Earth Day 1990 – Mud People Triumph Over Monsanto

Thirty Years Ago Today: Monsanto’s Earth Day Invaded by Mud People and Earth First! The mud people were pissed off. Tipped off by Big River Earth First! that the evil Monsanto had taken over Earth Day festivities in… Read More