Eleventh Hour: Online Help Wanted to Shut Down Animal Labs

activist, author, former political prisoner

A horse hung upside down inside UF: his leg being broken in an experiment benefiting the racing industry.

by Camille Marino
Eleventh Hour for Animals

If you want your time online to count, if you want to make a real difference in furthering Animal Liberation, then this may be the opportunity you’ve been looking for. Eleventh Hour for Animals has led the way in galvanizing activists and focusing our energy to accomplish very specific goals. And we’ve enjoyed tremendous success while figuring out how to optimize our limited resources. I am currently re-organizing this group in an effort to launch a renewed effective, targeted, and time-specific campaign aimed at dog & horse experimentation inside the University of Florida.


  • commitment to Animal Liberation
  • initiative
  • must be dependable
  • use the skills you already have


  • no salary
  • no benefits
  • learn first-hand how to organize a campaign, employ tactically-diverse strategies, and focus our resources effectively
  • earn the satisfaction of taking a piece out of the infrastructure
  • know that you’re making a real and substantial difference.

Positions Available:

Online Administrator — Use your social media skills to saturate the web with information about our animals, our vivisectors, and other campaign information (the more administrators we have, the better);

Party Planner — If you like finding protest venues, thinking up prop ideas, and creative graphics, or propaganda ideas, we desperately need your talents;

Researcher and fact-checker — the nuts and bolts of everything we do depends upon solid information; if you enjoy details, let’s put your skills effectively to work for the animals.

On-the-ground Activists – UF has campuses all over Florida and so we need activists from across the state to coordinate actions with those in Gainesville. And, of course, if you’re in central Florida especially, these animals need your voice.

Right now there are 43 dogs and 14 horses being tortured inside the University of Florida. Our job is to document exactly what’s happening and make sure every person on the planet knows what federally-compliant torture looks like. I will train everyone personally. The only thing you need is a desire to create real and substantial change.

Write me at eleventhhour1@protonmail.com and let’s get this done.



5 Responses

  1. Margarita Cisne says:

    Hi, I have a lot going on in my life but I’m willing to put my 2 cents worth into helping achieve something productive on behalf of animals. I live all the way in Homestead and what we have here is the Mannheimer foundation. I would like to know how to gather information from these vivisection places. What you need to be done about UF at this time? I’ve  sent you an email as you said.


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