Apr 24, 2020
On this episode of the Green Flame we interviewed Shahidah Janjua and conversed about women, writing, activism and the creation of a Women's Centre in Kerry. She also shared a recitation of one of her soon to be published poems on our broadcast.
This episode is also dedicated to the memory of our beloved sister.
Apr 17, 2020
This conversation between Max Wilbert and Vince Emanuele covers mutual aid, organizing strategies, revolution vs. reform, coronavirus, survival, the Iraq war, the crumbling of the United States, and more.
Vince Emanuele was born and raised in America’s Rust-Belt and lives in Michigan City, Indiana. In 2002, he joined...
Apr 15, 2020
The Philippine archipelago was a Spanish colony for nearly 500 years, and a US colony for 50. Today, it is an economic colony. This episode of The Green Flame focuses on the history of the Archipelago (decolonized name for the Philippines). Our interview is with Neneth, a longtime revolutionary and organizer based on...
Apr 8, 2020
In this short excerpt from the last episode of The Green Flame podcast, Derrick Jensen and Lierre Keith read from a piece by C.S. Lewis, originally written in 1948, in which the author speaks of the threat of nuclear war and how to live in an age of existential threats.
Apr 3, 2020
How is coronavirus affecting the movement to save the planet? This in-depth episode includes perspectives from eight Deep Green Resistance organizers from around the world. We talk about morality, pollution, preparedness, community self-defense, mutual aid, and more.
This episode include poetry by Kim Hill, and three...