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Last Born In The Wilderness Patrick Farnsworth

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    Joe Brewer: The Future Indigenous & Cultivating The Mindset Of Regeneration

    Joe Brewer: The Future Indigenous & Cultivating The Mindset Of Regeneration

    This is a segment of episode #283 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Design Pathway: Cultivating The Mindset Of Regeneration w/ Joe Brewer.” Listen to the full episode: http://bit.ly/LBWbrewer4

    Support the Barichara Regeneration Fund: https://gofund.me/940b9ba5

    Read ‘The Design Pathway’: http://bit.ly/DesignPathway

    Joe Brewer — change strategist, complexity researcher, and cognitive scientist — returns to the podcast to update us on the regenerative land restoration work he and his family have been engaged in since we spoke early last year. This discussion includes themes elaborated on in his new book ‘The Design Pathway’ published on the Earth Regenerators website, as well as what it means to be "future indigenous" in our time of biospheric collapse, and the near and long-term goals of the Barichara Regeneration Fund. 

    Joe has a background in physics, math, philosophy, atmospheric science, complexity research, and cognitive linguistics. Awakened to the threat of human-induced climate disruption while pursuing a Ph.D. in atmospheric science, he switched fields and began to work with scholars in the behavioral and cognitive sciences with the hope of helping create large-scale behavior change at the level of global civilization. Joe and his family currently live in Barichara, Colombia.

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    #283 | Design Pathway: Cultivating The Mindset Of Regeneration w/ Joe Brewer

    #283 | Design Pathway: Cultivating The Mindset Of Regeneration w/ Joe Brewer

    [Intro: 14:13 | AMA 1/15: https://www.reddit.com/r/collapse]

    Joe Brewer — change strategist, complexity researcher, and cognitive scientist — returns to the podcast to update us on the regenerative land restoration work he and his family have been engaged in since we spoke early last year. This discussion includes themes elaborated on in his new book ‘The Design Pathway’ published on the Earth Regenerators website, as well as what it means to be "future indigenous" in our time of biospheric collapse, and the near and long-term goals of the Barichara Regeneration Fund. 

    Joe has a background in physics, math, philosophy, atmospheric science, complexity research, and cognitive linguistics. Awakened to the threat of human-induced climate disruption while pursuing a Ph.D. in atmospheric science, he switched fields and began to work with scholars in the behavioral and cognitive sciences with the hope of helping create large-scale behavior change at the level of global civilization. Joe and his family currently live in Barichara, Colombia.


    Episode Notes:

    - Read ‘The Design Pathway’ and join the Earth Regenerators: http://bit.ly/DesignPathway / https://earth-regenerators.mn.co

    - Support the Barichara Regeneration Fund: https://gofund.me/940b9ba5

    - The song featured is “Gelis” Natureboy Flako from the album Natureboy: https://youtu.be/9AWoOddxA34

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    ANNOUNCEMENT: Ask Me Anything (AMA) on 1/15/2021

    ANNOUNCEMENT: Ask Me Anything (AMA) on 1/15/2021

    I was invited to do an AMA on the Collapse subreddit this Friday, January 15th!

    https://www.reddit.com/r/collapse/comments/kv49sa/ama_with_patrick_farnsworth_next_friday_10am_pst/

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    Duncan Tarr: Prisoner Resistance To COVID-19

    Duncan Tarr: Prisoner Resistance To COVID-19

    This is a segment of episode #282 of Last Born In The Wilderness “First 90 Days: Prisoner Resistance To COVID-19 w/ Duncan Tarr.” Listen to the full episode: http://bit.ly/LBWtarr

    Read ‘First 90 Days of Prisoner Resistance to COVID-19: Report on Events, Data, and Trends’: http://bit.ly/3ojqA7i

    Duncan Tarr, prison abolitionist and researcher for Perilous: A Chronicle of Prisoner Unrest Across the US and Canada, joins me to discuss their recent report on the wave of strikes, rebellions, and general acts of civil disobedience in prisons that have occurred since the coronavirus pandemic began early last year. 

    “At Perilous: A Chronicle of Prisoner Unrest we track all instances of prisoner protest across the US and Canada since 2010 that involve multiple prisoners. In early 2020 we were paying close attention to the outbreak of prisoner rebellions, escapes, riots, and resistance in other parts of the world in response to the coronavirus, most notably in Italy. As COVID breached the shores of the U.S. (where we live) we prepared ourselves as best we could to document what we anticipated would be a huge uptick in prisoner organizing and action.

    That wave did in fact crash, and we subsequently counted 119 instances of prisoner resistance in the first 90 days of the COVID crisis. These actions occurred in prisons, jails, detention centers, and more. We mark the date of that crash as March 17, the date of the first two actions that we are aware of in which the participants clearly articulated the actions as responses to the spread of COVID-19 behind bars.” (http://bit.ly/3ojqA7i)

    Duncan Tarr is a writer and organizer living in Lansing, Michigan. Perilous is a digital research and media project documenting and publicizing acts of prisoner resistance and unrest across the US and Canada.

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    • 9 min
    #282 | First 90 Days: Prisoner Resistance To COVID-19 w/ Duncan Tarr

    #282 | First 90 Days: Prisoner Resistance To COVID-19 w/ Duncan Tarr

    [Intro: 12:57]

    Duncan Tarr, prison abolitionist and researcher for Perilous: A Chronicle of Prisoner Unrest Across the US and Canada, joins me to discuss their recent report on the wave of strikes, rebellions, and general acts of civil disobedience — organized by detainees in prisons, jails and ICE detention centers — that have occurred since the coronavirus pandemic began early last year. 

    “At Perilous: A Chronicle of Prisoner Unrest we track all instances of prisoner protest across the US and Canada since 2010 that involve multiple prisoners. In early 2020 we were paying close attention to the outbreak of prisoner rebellions, escapes, riots, and resistance in other parts of the world in response to the coronavirus, most notably in Italy. As COVID breached the shores of the U.S. (where we live) we prepared ourselves as best we could to document what we anticipated would be a huge uptick in prisoner organizing and action.

    That wave did in fact crash, and we subsequently counted 119 instances of prisoner resistance in the first 90 days of the COVID crisis. These actions occurred in prisons, jails, detention centers, and more. We mark the date of that crash as March 17, the date of the first two actions that we are aware of in which the participants clearly articulated the actions as responses to the spread of COVID-19 behind bars.” (http://bit.ly/3ojqA7i)

    Duncan Tarr is a writer and organizer living in Lansing, Michigan. Perilous is a digital research and media project documenting and publicizing acts of prisoner resistance and unrest across the US and Canada.


    Episode Notes:

    - Follow Perilous and support their work: https://perilouschronicle.com / https://twitter.com/PerilousPrisons

    - Mail-in address: PO Box 381 Tucson, AZ 85702

    - Read ‘First 90 Days of Prisoner Resistance to COVID-19: Report on Events, Data, and Trends’: http://bit.ly/3ojqA7i

    - Read Ella Fassler’s article ‘Report Finds Over 100 Rebellions in Jails and Prisons Over COVID Conditions’: http://bit.ly/2Xbc71c

    - The song featured is “Tribolita” by J G B from the album Desapego: https://youtu.be/M3o6NhrO8D4

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Dave Lundgren: Legacy of Settler Violence in Southern Idaho

    Dave Lundgren: Legacy of Settler Violence in Southern Idaho

    This is a segment of episode #281 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Campaign Of Deception: Legacy Of Settler Violence In Southern Idaho w/ Dave Lundgren.” Listen to the full episode: http://bit.ly/LBWlundgren

    Learn more about ‘Massacre Rocks: A Campaign of Deception’ and purchase a copy: https://amzn.to/3rFgG1V

    Through years of research, Dave Lundgren has uncovered "inconsistencies in historical accounts of emigrant massacres along the Oregon Trail that did not reflect official governmental records," most notably in the case of a massacre of white emigrants allegedly committed by a small band of Shoshonis, on the site now designated as Massacre Rocks State Park located just west of American Falls, Idaho. These inconsistencies have revealed, as in the case of this particular massacre, that many of these acts of mass murder along the Oregon Trail were committed by Mormon settlers in the region.

    With this reality in mind, Dave and I discuss how this mass propaganda campaign to distort the history of this region has manifested in the white settler culture in southern Idaho.

    “The book was completed just before the Pocatello School District voted to end the use of the “Indians” mascot at Pocatello High School earlier this year, but Massacre Rocks sheds light on local views toward Native Americans that makes the use of Indian-themed mascots in the region so wide-spread. “Massacre Rocks” also links the tactics of modern domestic terrorists by white supremacists with those used in the 1800s, and warns that a failure to address organized hate quickly and decisively can have grave consequences.” (http://bit.ly/3pBjwD9)

    Dave Lundgren grew up in Pocatello and was a graduate of Pocatello High School, Idaho State University and Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C. While a student at ISU, Dave served as the news editor and editor-in-chief of The Advocate student newspaper. The author has represented Indian Tribes across the country and now maintains a private law practice focused exclusively on federal Indian law in Northeastern Washington State, where he lives with his wife, Sandy, and their yellow lab.

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