May Day: A Look Back at 1971 Vietnam War Protests

May Day 1971: 40,000 Shut Down DC to Protest Vietnam War Largest Mass-Arrest in US History GJEP Founding Board Member Will Miller (far left) with his Vermont-based affinity group in Washington, DC on May 1, 1971 as part… Read More

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

Zapatista Indigenous Governing Council statement on 8/22 attack by paramilitaries

Note: Global Justice Ecology Project has always stood in solidarity with the Zapatista autonomous communities in and around the Selva Lacandona in Chiapas, Mexico.  In 1996 GJEP co-founder Orin Langelle traveled to La Realidad, home to the headquarters… 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

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

Full Moon Friday the 13th at the Chile Uprising in Santiago

Anonymous musician heads to the front lines. The majority of the front lines are personed by youth. Santiago: where militancy, music and art meet. Copy and all photographs by Orin Langelle Santiago, Chile – Last night, 13 December,… Read More

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November 28, 2019–GJEP and our partners Biofuelwatch and RADA were with this Mapuche community after it was attacked by the Chilean National Police for re-occupying their ancestral lands after requests to receive official land title went unheard. This… Read More