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The Green Flame : Episode 1 Excerpt, Saba Malik on Self-Defense and War

The Green Flame

Release Date: 05/13/2019

Abortion Rights in the US with Lauren Levey show art Abortion Rights in the US with Lauren Levey

The Green Flame

Lauren Levey has had a lifelong involvement with women's rights and lesbian rights. She is a second-wave radical feminist who is currently on the Board of Directors of the Women's Human Rights Campaign USA, and serves as its Vice President. In this episode Lauren shares her radical analysis of abortion in America and on the fight to end the subjugation and erasure of women.

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Jennifer Bilek and the 11th Hour show art Jennifer Bilek and the 11th Hour

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Jennifer Bilek writer, researcher and activist shares her findings and insights from the 11th Hour Blog. Thistle Petterson, singer songwriter and activist, accompanies Jennifer's interview with her original song "Trans".

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Betty Ball on Ecofeminism and Judi Bari show art Betty Ball on Ecofeminism and Judi Bari

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Longtime environmental and social activist and co founder of the Mendocino Environmental Center Betty Ball reflects on ecofeminism and her relationship with Judi Bari. The music for this episode is provided by the late Gary Ball, Betty's husband and fellow co-founder of the MEC. 

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"Principles of Sustainable Societies" with Dr. Heide Goettner-Abendroth

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Dr. Heide Goettner-Abendroth's Girls and the Grasses keynote presentation, Principles of Sustainable Societies: Matriarchy as a Radical Alternative followed by a Q&A conversation with Lierre Keith, Michelle Martin, Rebecca Wildbear, Sue Breen and Jennifer Murnan. Check out the full event, which live streams on Saturday November 20th at 1pm Pacific, here: https://givebutter.com/girlsandgrasses

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Protecting Ancient Forests — Update from the Front Lines of Fairy Creek show art Protecting Ancient Forests — Update from the Front Lines of Fairy Creek

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In this episode Max speaks with Joshua Wright, a front-line activist who was amongst the first involved in blockading access to Fairy Creek, trying to prevent ancient old-growth forests from being destroyed by logging companies. There have been over 1000 arrests making it one of the largest acts of civil disobedience in Canadian history. These on the ground activists continue to camp on site despite pressure from the loggers to endanger both the forest and its present inhabitants.

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Renee Gerlich - A Brief Complete Herstory show art Renee Gerlich - A Brief Complete Herstory

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Renee Gerlich, feminist writer from Wellington, New Zeland outlines her seven book Brief Complete Herstory series. Renee established Dragon Cloud Press in 2021 to publish the series. An invitation to attend the online DGR Girls and the Grasses ecofeminist fundraiser on November 20th is offered at the conclusion of this podcast.

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How to Protect What You Love with Deanna Meyer show art How to Protect What You Love with Deanna Meyer

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Deanna Meyer is a serious longtime protector of Prairie Dogs. We discuss her work, how she got started, how her campaigns got so much attention from the media and how to take radical action in defense of what you love. Prairie Dogs are under constant threat, often getting gassed in their burrows in the name of 'development'. Protecting them also means protecting important grasslands. Visit https://prairieprotectioncolorado.org/ to keep up to date and donate to the campaign.

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Exposing Solar and Wind Industry Lies with Chris Devault show art Exposing Solar and Wind Industry Lies with Chris Devault

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Today's episode is a discussion with Chris Devault. Chris is a permaculture practitioner and environmental steward who has worked for many years in the solar and wind energy industries, and who is now dedicated to exposing the lies we are told about how wind and solar are 'green' and capable of saving the planet.

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Defending Wild Buffalo with Stephany Seay show art Defending Wild Buffalo with Stephany Seay

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Stephany Seay has been on the front lines working to protect Yellowstone’s wild buffalo for the past twenty years.  For this episode of The Green Flame, we discuss how she got involved in her work, what bison need in order to restore themselves, and tease Stephany's new buffalo and prairie protection organization. Music: I Need You by LiQWYD, https://soundcloud.com/liqwyd, CC BY 3.0.

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Max Wilbert - Solo Podcast show art Max Wilbert - Solo Podcast

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For this episode, Max Wilbert shares some updates from projects he is working on such as lithium mine resistance and Bright Green Lies. Music is Cinderella (Instrumental) by RYYZN Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0.

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This excerpt from the first episode of "The Green Flame Podcast" is a snippet of our interview with Saba Malik. In this conversation, Saba speaks of her travels in the Hunza Valley region of Pakistan, and of communities engaging in self-defense and long-term ecological sustainability.