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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

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Ja is a community organizer, film maker and podcast host living with the land in the Philippine Archipelago. You can find out more about his work by going to piratestudio.net and samalahatadvocacy.org. Visit Deep Green Resistance Asia Pacific on FB for upcoming events. The music Ja plays in this episode is performed on the 2 stringed ethnic instrument, the Hegalong.

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Come hiking with Rebecca Wildbear in the Sonoran Desert. Rebecca teaches people how to listen deeply to the Mysteries that live within the Earth community, Dreamtime, and their own wild Nature, and to encounter and live their Souls, or truest selves. She is a guide with Animas Valley Institute and the creator of Wild Yoga. To explore all that she offers, go to www.rebeccawildbear.com

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This edition of the Green Flame offers you an incredibly rich conversation centered on discussion of the 2002 documentary film Drowned Out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICnSsK-ZHTg. We thank Franny Armstrong at Spanner Films for allowing us to use audio clips from the documentary in this episode.

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This episode is a set of deeply personal ruminations on permaculture experiences, practices and ethics between two radical environmental activists. .Music is provided by Solebound with their song Seeds and cover of Pacha Mama, an old rainbow gathering song. Solebound can be found on facebook https://www.facebook.com/soleboundmusic/ and bandcamp https://solebound.bandcamp.com/releases

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This episode features a launch party for the new book "Bright Green Lies: How The Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About It," by Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, and Max Wilbert, which tackles the greenwashing of "green technology" and other false solutions.

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In this episode, Elisabeth Robson interviews Jamie Kneen, Communications & Outreach Coordinator for Mining Watch Canada.

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In this episode Max Wilbert interviews Danish historian of Religion Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen who runs the youtube channel Nordic Animism. Danish Viking folk band Gjaldulei provides the perfect accompaniment with their original composition Lyset Vågner.

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In this episode of The Green Flame we host a group discussion on the 2016 documentary I Am Not Your Negro based on James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript Remember This House. We discuss, amongst other things, the relevance of Baldwin's work today and our perspectives on the most powerful and moving scenes from the documentary.

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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.