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activist, author, former political prisoner

A blueprint for effective activism and winning

Anonymous There are two big issues that are preventing us, animal liberation activists, from being as effective as we can be right now. First, we lack coordination, especially here in the United States. We go and protest a restaurant once and never go back. We go and leaflet outside a target and never go back.…
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Ever want to scream? Take a deep breath and listen…

Vegan Empowerment is my new personal YouTube channel. I want to talk about the things that affect each one of us, but that no one engages. I want to share my struggles and triumphs. And I want to empower you to embrace all of the possible directions in which your activism may flourish. Strong, confident,…
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URGENT: Demand Justice for Homeless Activist

Alain De Coessemaeker has been bullied by the courts for several years, left homeless and financially destitute. His crime: protecting Nature. His appeal will be heard on October 6 before the Belgian Minster of Justice. Please watch this short film produced by Els Vande Ginste and sign the petition linked below. This petition will be…
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no “pet” has to die – emergency irma relief

camille marino september 9, 2017 Let’s all first take a deep breath. It’s the media’s job to incite fear and panic. Certainly, we need to be alert and take necessary precautions. And then whatever is going to happen will. And life will go on. We’ll adjust and respond. We are living in an age where…
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A vegan in the path of Irma

Camille Marino September 8, 2017 We all just witnessed the devastation wreaked in Houston by Hurricane Harvey; the human toll gets enough coverage. I’m far more concerned with the nonhuman victims. I shared our community’s outrage over the companion animals left abandoned or tied up by their cowardly guardians who took their own sorry selves…
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A Matter of Change

Don Barnes grew up on a farm in the 1940s and learned that killing animals was normal. In the 1960s, while studying for his PhD in psychology, administering electric shocks to his nonhuman subjects came naturally. Finally, as a US Air Force officer, he found himself conducting cruel and painful radiation experiments on primates for…
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My First Time (with a brick and a handbill)

by Walter Edmond Bond (37096013) I remember the first time I was ever in a riot. It was Martin Luther King Day in Denver, Colorado and the ku klux klan and assorted nazi, fascists and skinhead scum had turned out to spew their invective racist garbage from the steps of the capital. Our mayor was…
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Being whole after the war

I feel like a soldier who’s just returned from the battlefield. I’m not the same person I was when I took my first steps; I don’t think the same way, I don’t interact with people in the same way, and I’ve definitely been forever stripped of my naivete about the motivations of those who comprise…
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Ethics vs Science

by Louis Eagle Warrior Where are you? In his 1983 book, “Slaughter of the Innocent,” the brilliant Swiss author Hans Ruesch exposes the madness of humans in that, “ . . . mice, rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, dogs, cats, rabbits, monkeys, pigs, turtles; also horses, donkeys goats, birds and fish – are slowly blinded by…
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Let’s help Infectious Disease Enthusiast Drusano celebrate his 68th birthday

Simulposted with Eleventh Hour for Animals Time is running out so let’s put our heads together and come up with something special to help vivisector George Louis Drusano, an infectious disease enthusiast, celebrate his 68th birthday next Tuesday, August 22. 🙂