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activist, author, former political prisoner

disillusion – fraudulence, misogyny, and cults

Camille Marino July 1, 2018 While I’m still re-inventing myself and carving out yet another path to achieve the ultimate goal, I’m not sure I still consider myself a part of the “Animal Liberation Movement.” I am genuine. The movement is not. And, yet, I’m not using my site to speak to the mainstream public…
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Vegan Summer — sparking a revolution

Which side are you on? Going door to door to speak to vivisectors’ neighbors Camille Marino March 28, 2018 In 1966, “Vietnam Summer” was a concerted effort where resisters around the country went door to door in middle-class neighborhoods to talk to people every single day about the war.

Faces of Liberation – Celebrating the first quarter of 2018

  Contributed by Paola Pavone Camille Marino April 28, 2018 Let’s inspire others to action by celebrating a few of the beings that we’ve liberated or rescued in the first quarter of 2018. It gives me tremendous joy to know these individuals are enjoying the peace of love they deserve. But it would give me…
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Ellen Ericksen – abusers really wish she would just be quiet!

Those who actively abuse animals or benefit from their enslavement want to ignore us. And, clearly, Ellen Ericksen makes that impossible. This article almost screams “Why doesn’t she just shut up?” And I think it outlines a brilliant example for any activist fighting against the injustice that permeates our society. Never relent. Never be silent.…
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Fri, Sept. 8 – Sun, Sept 10: Free Visions of Change Workshop in Florida

My Office in Wildwood, Florida (about an hour north of Orlando) I went vegan and became an activist because I was horrified — in absolute disbelief — at the injustices animals are made to endure; it was because I wanted to create real change. That’s why every single one of us is here. Unfortunately, everyone…
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Saturday, Aug 5 – Eleventh Hour returns to Gainesville

Courtesy of Eleventh Hour for Animals For more than two years, every single animal inside the University of Florida has been deprived of a voice — suffering and dying in invisible silence. While Eleventh Hour has been on an extended hiatus, only the occasional welfare violation has seen the light of day. If I were…
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To those responsible for animal suffering

  For two years I’ve had to sit on my anger, sit back in my own restraints, and just watch the animals die. I had to swallow my own feelings, knowing that it was other vegans — not just one — but a concerted effort of welfarists, collaborators, and cultists who worked tirelessly to silence…
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Tools to Bypass the USDA Animal Abuse Database Deletion

When the USDA took its animal abuse database offline in February, some activists were concerned that they would be unable to adequately research their campaigns. The deleted info is still public, however; the state is simply making it more difficult for us to obtain. I’m guessing that, aside from the big welfare orgs, not many…
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Does being vegan make you an animal activist? Nope!

I’ve spent some time learning how to cook in the recent past and I can make some really nice dishes. A friend from Israel showed me how to make homemade hummus and authentic Middle Eastern “vegetable balls.” I can make pizza or pumpkin pie. Sometimes I like my version of Macho Nachos with guacamole, salsa,…
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