With Derrick Jensen.
Resistance Radio: Guest Michelle Lute
Michelle Lute is a conservation scientist and advocate with fifteen years’ experience in biodiversity conservation on public and private lands around the globe. Dr Lute is the National Carnivore Conservation Manager for Project Coyote, whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation through science, advocacy and education.
Resistance Radio: Guest Karen Breslin
Karen Breslin is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for US Senate from Colorado. She is an attorney, university professor of political science, former policy advisor for the National Park Service’s Intermountain Region and former journalist. As a public interest attorney, Breslin has represented community, environmental and animal-protection organizations seeking to defend the natural world. Breslin holds a B.A. in journalism and political science from Metropolitan State University of Denver, an M.A. in political science from the University of Colorado Denver, and a J.D. from the Sturm College of Law at University of Denver
Resistance Radio: Guest Dr Holly Johnson
Dr Holly Johnson's career in the field of violence against women began as a government researcher and evolved into criminology professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada. Her primary research interests focused on criminal justice and social responses to sexual violence, intimate partner violence and partner homicide, and on the methodological challenges to measuring the nature and prevalence of these experiences. While in the federal government, she was principal investigator of Statistics Canada's first national survey on violence against women and a coordinator of the International Violence Against Women Survey. Dr Johnson was also involved in many other national and international networks aimed at refining research tools, preventing violence against women, and improving interventions and responses to these crimes. At the international level, Dr Johnson served as expert advisor to several UN groups working to develop accurate indicators on violence against women. In her local community, Dr Johnson held membership in the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women, worked with the Ottawa Police Service to improve their response to crimes of violence against women, and worked with the University of Ottawa to address sexual violence on campus.
Resistance Radio: Guest Frank Forencich
Frank Forencich is a biocentric guy trying to make a go of it in an anthropocentric culture. He's studied human biology, martial art, and traveled to Africa to experience the human ancestral environment. He's the author of several books about health and the human predicament including "The Sapience Curriculum" and the soon-to-be released "Beware False Tigers."
Resistance Radio: Guest George Wuerthner
George Wuerthner is the former Ecological Projects Director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Currently he is the executive director of Public Lands Media. He is an ecologist and wildlands activist. He has published 38 books on environmental issues and natural history including such environmentally focused books as Welfare Ranching, Wildfire, Thrillcraft, Energy and most recently Protecting the Wild.
Resistance Radio: Guest Davoud Gerami
Davoud Gerami. A cosmopolite by nature, Davoud is a filmmaker and visual artist with an MFA in Documentary Media from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. His experience with the cinematic medium spans over two decades and has taken him to the four corners of the planet. His area of interest is the condition of human, as well as all the wide and interdisciplinary territories this subject covers; include Social Justice, Internationalism, the Environment, and the Culture Industry.
Derrick’s analysis gets to the root of the problem, civilization.
Sad but validating
It’s a relief in a sense to find others of like mind. Even though the outlook is not a happy one, I feel less alone in my grief and anger.
The truth is disturbing