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activist, author, former political prisoner

Review of “A Killer in the City” by Vibert Miller

Available on Amazon Camille A. Marino November 15, 2018 I received Bert Miller’s new book, A Killer in the City, as a gift and, having read his previous work, I was anxious to snuggle up and read it when I had a little down time. This author dips into a multi-cultural palette of characters and…
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“Animal Liberation IS a War!” – In memory of Barry Horne

March 17, 1952 – November 5, 2001 The following post is courtesy of Red Black Green Barry Horne died in prison on 5 November 2001, while serving an 18 year sentence for arson  against companies involved in animal abuse. It is still the longest sentence ever given to an animal rights campaigner but Barry will always be remembered for…
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How to get your website unblocked on Facebook

Camille A. Marino November 4, 2018 A very effective way to censor an individual or destroy their ability to network is to get their website banned from Facebook. Once your site is flagged, it’s over. There is no one to whom to write, no direct support line to call, and no way to contest their…
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The Controversial Basics of Changing Human Behavior

An adorable meme making it’s way around social media Camille A. Marino October 24, 2018 Animal Liberation is the only social justice movement in which the oppressed have no voice in its trajectory. This condition needs to be embraced if we ever hope to secure any degree of the ultimate objective. I can’t know with…
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Animal Lovers Unite! In response to former Lieutenant Gov. Jeff Kottcamp

This OpEd was submitted to Florida News Online on October 4. As it’s unlikely to be published in their forum, I am publishing it here in the hope of reaching voters. -Camille This opinion is in response to former Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottcamp’s opinion entitled “Voters Beware! Extreme Animal Rights Groups are Behind Amendment 13,”…
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Vegan Identity v. Vegan for the Animals

Camille Marino October 1, 2018 The day I accidentally stumbled upon my first dairy farm video was the day I became a vegan. I could not, in good conscience, remain complicit in a system of food production that was inherently barbaric and gratuitously cruel. I was equally as horrified by the things I saw as…
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A Letter from Inside a Shelter

Author Unknown I am posting this (and it is long) because I think our society needs a huge wake-up call. As a shelter manager, I am going to share a little insight with you all – a view from the inside, if you will.

Negotiating White Male Entitlement – the ford/kavanaugh hearing

Kavanaugh bathed in indignation yesterday, defending his white male privilege & entitlement   Camille A. Marino September 28, 2018 Like many across the country, I watched the Ford/Kavanaugh hearings on September 27 in rapt attention. But on a personal level, I couldn’t reconcile why this spectacle disturbed me at such a visceral level. After all,…
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Take a Stand! by Félix Charron Leclerc

If saving lives is a crime, then call me a criminal. by camille marino september 16, 2018 This is maybe the most powerful rap I’ve heard in a long time; this new artist and his message need to go viral.  I’m looking forward to Félix Charron Leclerc’s upcoming YouTube channel: theotheractivists. In the meantime, you…
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Realizing transformation through challenges: weight loss & empowerment

Camille A. Marino July 17, 2018 Is there anyone who doesn’t struggle with their weight from time to time? As a rule, I think it’s a mistake to focus on our physical appearance; making ourselves strong in spirit, feeding our passion, and developing a relationship of deep love and respect with ourselves is what it’s…
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