Professor Slammed to Ground, Injured at College Meeting on Unionization

video via GIPHY A very good friend of mine, Steve Taylor, is an adjunct professor at St. Louis Community College in Missouri. He also is a union organizer for Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Taylor was violently tackled… Read More

‘Don’t Let Them Die,’ Asks Brother of Hunger Striking Mapuche Leader

Originally published by TelesurTV.net: “Don’t let them die,” asked the brother of one of the Mapuche Indigenous leaders demanding justice. A Mapuche leader who has been on a hunger strike to demand justice for Indigenous people arrested in… Read More

Doomed Cassini Spacecraft Launched to Controversy 20 Years Ago

Photo by Orin Langelle. Protester being arrested after locking down to U.S. Senator James Jeffords’ desk, in Burlington, VT to protest the Cassini space launch. (1997)   On Friday, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, used to take pictures of Saturn… Read More

The State of the Forest Movement in the Era of Trump: Ideas for Strengthening Our Collective Work

In preparation for the upcoming Heartwood annual Forest Council, GJEP co-directors Orin Langelle and Anne Petermann wrote this statement on the need to regenerate the forest protection movement in the US, particularly in the shadow of a Trump… Read More

Orin Langelle’s Photos Featured in Paris’ L’Œil de la Photographie

Peter Beard and Jackie Kennedy Onassis walk through crowd during the opening of The End of the Game – The Last Word from Paradise Orin Langelle is the Strategic Communications Director and co-founder of Global Justice Ecology Project.  He… Read More

WATCH: Rising Tide Vermont Presented Award by GJEP’s Anne Petermann, Orin Langelle

Global Justice Ecology Project’s Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle presented the Ed Everts Activist Award Ceremony to Rising Tide Vermont at the Peace and Justice Center in Vermont on Jan. 19. Environmentalist Bill McKibben was a co-presenter of the… Read More

URGENT: Earth First! Journal Collective Needs $80K to Keep House

For over 35 Years, the Earth First! Journal has been providing news from the front-lines of the eco-wars. The Earth First! Journal serves as a voice for the movement reporting on direct actions and earth defense happening all… Read More

Earth Watch: Orin Langelle on ‘If Voting Changed Things,’ Political Protests, Election

This week’s Earth Watch guest on the Sojourner Truth radio show is Orin Langelle, co-founder of Global Justice Ecology Project. Langelle is a photojournalist and the Director of the Buen Vivir Gallery for Contemporary Art in Buffalo, NY. His current exhibit, timed… Read More

Exhibit Review: Complete the Sentence: an Exploration of Orin Langelle’s “If Voting Changed Things…”

GJEP co-founder and photojournalist Orin Langelle’s new Exhibit If Voting Changed Things explores protests that have happened against the electoral process beginning in 1972 and continuing in 2004. With this year’s election debacle, the themes of this exhibit–examining… Read More

LISTEN: CKUT-FM Interviews GJEP on Corporatist Solutions to Climate Crisis

The following live interview occurred Wednesday 10 August with host Stefan Christoff of Free City Radio on CKUT 90.3FM for an in-studio discussion with visiting researchers / artists / activists from the Global Justice Ecology Project (here for… Read More