Record Numbers Of Activists Were Killed Last Year

Berta Cáceres, a Honduran environmental activist and winner of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize, was shot dead in 2016 over her opposition to a hydroelectric dam. Record 212 land and environment activists killed last year The Guardian 28… Read More

Review of Hard Road of Hope: New Film Documents People’s Struggles in WV

Review by Orin Langelle, Global Justice Ecology Project co-founder and Strategic Communications Director Note: Please visit the film’s website for the trailer and for information about ordering the film. This new award-winning documentary by Swedish-American journalist, creative activist… Read More

Eyewitness Account of St. Louis Attorneys Brandishing Firearms at BLM Marchers

Photo: Wes Schnitker A July 4th 2020 interview with St. Louis organizer Wes Schnitker. Schnitker was one of the first at the scene of the June 28th confrontation of protesters by armed attorneys, Mark and Patricia McCloskey.  … Read More

Mike Africa Jr. Speaks about Anti-Black Violence in the U.S. and Organizing for Change

Note: This interview was originally taken by Global Justice Ecology Project’s Press Secretary, Steve Taylor, during the North American Forest and Climate Movement Convergence. It was convened by Global Justice Ecology Project, Shawnee Forest Defense! and the Indigenous… Read More

Statement Regarding Brandishing of Weapons at Protestors in St. Louis

Photo: Wes Schnitker For Immediate Release 06/30/2020            For More information +1.314.210.1322 Videographer Chris Phillips Counters McCloskey’s Claim of Being Pro Black Lives Matter New York- St. Louis videographer Chris Phillips and Global Justice Ecology… Read More

Juneteenth Commemoration: Watch Gary Younge Interview

In commemoration of Juneteenth, and the abolition of state-sactioned slavery, but not racism in the United States, GJEP posts this very informative video from Gary Younge. In the video, Younge comments on the latest uprisings across the US… Read More

Webinar Series: Why importing Canadian hydroelectricity is a bad deal for New York and front line communities

North American Megadam Resistance Alliance  Part 1 of 3 Part Webinar Series  Why Importing Canadian Hydroelectricity is a Bad Deal for New York and Front Line Communities  Part 1: Webinar: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 Social justice, climate &… Read More

Watch: Powerful poem by 14 year old at BLM protest

At this Black Lives Matter protest in St. Louis, a 14 year old girl relates a poem that powerfully describes what it is like to grow up black in the U.S. Video by Steve Taylor, GJEP Press Secretary…. Read More

Watch: Mike Africa Jr. On Revolutionary Action

This video, filmed on 11 October 2019, is extremely relevant in light of the George Floyd murder by the Minneapolis Police Department and the subsequent protests that are happening nationally and internationally. Mike Africa, Jr. is a member… Read More

Powerful Photos Document the Ongoing Fight Against Racist Hate and Sanctioned Killings

We share this photo essay because it documents people across the US taking back their power.  Even as the officials in Minneapolis are downplaying what was clearly pre-meditated murder, activists, students, mothers, and more are preparing for the… Read More