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Make Rojava Green Again


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Manufacturer: Dog Section Press

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“What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people?

This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another, etc.) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world.”

– Debbie Bookchin (2018)

Illustrated by Matt Bonner

Small format paperback, beautifully illustrated, published by Dog Section Press, 2018.

Product Code: 9780993543562

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Book Review: Make Rojava Green Again, by The Internationalist Commune of Rojava

“In the Western world the authoritarian state and right wing movements are celebrating their comeback — the former stars of neoliberalism are already on their way to open fascism. Trump, Erdogan and Putin are removing the last masks of democracy. In the face of these developments, most revolutionary movements stand frozen. Marginalized and without perspective, scattered and estranged, the only role the system leaves for them is to observe and criticize.” — From Make Rojava Green Again Rojava is an area populated by Kurds and international volunteers that is located in Northern Syria, Northern Iraq, Western Iran and Eastern Turkey. The all-female YPJ (an acronym whose translation means “Women’s Protection Units”) is the all-female brigade of the YPG, or “People’s Protection Units.” The YPJ have struggled for the past six years against sectarianism, and have worked tirelessly to save this once-healthy land. This movement has been created and sustained by strong feminist women who are concerned about the health of their environment and a return to a healthy community. This small book is an inspiration for those of us seeking to bring down established patriarchal, capitalist and sectarian cities and replace them with living communities. In addition to fighting at the borders, they are raising fruit trees, building up depleted soil, and instituting safe water practices. They fight against ISIS and build schools. They bring their ideology of a woman-led society and care of the earth to the political situation in Kurdistan and the entire Middle East. They are asking for volunteers to come help build a strong community. Doctors, teachers, gardeners and anyone interested in fighting fascism while building a new, free community is welcome to come.

Deep Green Resistance :: 12 Feb 2019, 16:12

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