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Glen Canyon Damn
United States - January 1, 1982 - TRT: 04:12
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Glen Canyon Damn
United States - January 1, 1982 - TRT: 04:12
Posted by: Quinn Costello
The birth of the radical environmental movement is captured in this short, poetic film on the legendary direct action at Glen Canyon Dam in March of 1981. The film contains one of the only interviews ever given by the late, great author Edward Abbey along with his classic speech from the back of a pick-up truck.

Check out Free Speech TV’s feature (on YouTube) which includes about half of the film.

Distribution: Earth First! Roadshow, Summer 1982.

Produced by Christopher (Toby) McLeod, Glenn Switkes and Randy Hayes.

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By: The postcard and the portaledge | civilized disobedience
January 1st, 1970 at 12:33 am
[...] article about some new environmental protest group called “Earth First!”. They had hung a long, plastic “crack” down the face of Abbey’s nemesis, the hated Glen Canyon [...]
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