AR2020 To Take Place in Portland, Oregon, July 16-19

The North American Animal Liberation Press Office will be tabling at this event. Come visit our table for lots of great materials, information and great merchandise! The Animal Rights National Conference is the U.S. animal rights movement’s annual national conference. It is the world’s largest and longest-running animal rights gathering, hailing back to 1981. This …

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Pig Farm Sabotage in France (Warning- graphic video!)

Received anonymously: See (graphic) video here for a week: https://we.tl/t-QgSEWPUJAQ The last day of 2019 was another excuse for a feast, to celebrate human domination by exterminating even more living beings than the rest of the year. Good feelings in the spotlight, but torture and violence all over the plates. While they are feasting, the revolt …

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NY fire department cancels coyote hunt after criticism from animal rights advocates

By David Figura | dfigura@nyup.com New York Upstate.com HANCOCK, N.Y. — Intimidated by threats and harassment from animal rights advocates, an Upstate NY fire department has cancelled its annual coyote hunting tournament, a fundraiser for the department. The Hancock Fire Department in Delaware County cancelled the hunting tournament Monday after an online petition opposing the event …

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llamas missing from US exotic animal farm, previously targeted by animal rights activists

7news.com.au About two dozen llamas were discovered missing from an exotic animal farm in Southern California after a burglary, authorities say. The break-in happened on Monday morning at the 14-acre farm in the Riverside County town of Perris, about 110km southeast of downtown Los Angeles. “We received the call about 6:36am regarding numerous llamas and …

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Newest Press Office Advisor: Producer/Director Elgin James

Elgin James Elgin James is a musician, writer, director, and producer (Mayans MC) in film and television. He is also a long time vegan, animal rights , anti- fascist/ anti- racist activist, in addition to being a Press Office Advisor. Elgin is Based in Southern California and can be reached at: Elgin.james@protonmail.com

Lamb Rescued on Christmas Day (Veneto, Italy)

Received anonymously from frentedeliberacionanimal.net (translation): A lamb was rescued on Christmas day in Veneto (Italy) and taken to a home where he will be free. The lamb will not be part of the food chain, will not be a slave again. Happy Holidays.

Canada Goose Shop Vandalized (Banff, Alberta)

According to media reports, the new Canada Goose store in Banff (Alberta) was vandalized late on December 10.

ALF Destroys 7 Hunting Stands in Basque Country

Received anonymously from frentedeliberacionanimal.net: During the night of the winter solstice, and despite the heavy rain and wind, a group of activists from the Animal Liberation Front entered the area of ‘Aiako Harria’ (Peñas de Aya) in Gipuzkoa (Euskal Herria) where there are numerous hunting stands. We destroyed 7 of them. The adverse weather did not …

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Open Rescue of 67 Hens (Czech Republic)

report from michalkolesar.net (click here for more photos from the rescue): Rescue Action LIV (November 2019) & Support Project FANG This report contains 3 rescue actions in which we liberated 67 animals. 26 animals on the first action, 23 on the second and on third week took 18 of them. We did not ask the businessmen, politicians …

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100 Rabbits Liberated (Belgium)

Received anonymously from Vegan Corporation (translation): On the night of December 7, about twenty activists — anonymous antispeciesists — released one hundred rabbits from the largest breeding farm in the Benelux. Those freed were taken to safe homes far from the speciesist system. French: Dans la nuit du 7 décembre, une vingtaine d’activistes – antispécistes anonymes – …

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How the Prosecution of Animal Rights Activists As Terrorists Foretold Today’s Criminalization of Dissent

Natasha Lennard The Intercept “YOU SEE THE train coming, but it hits you anyway,” said animal rights activist Josh Harper. “They just went down the list and it was ‘guilty as charged,’ ‘guilty as charged,’ ‘guilty as charged’ — every defendant, every count.” This is how, in the new documentary film “The Animal People,” Harper describes …

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Ecoterrorist admits firebombing 25 years ago

RJ Wolcott  Livingston Ledger EAST LANSING – In the early morning hours of Feb. 28, 1992, Rodney Coronado crept onto Michigan State University‘s campus. He wiggled his way through a first-floor window of Anthony Hall before kicking down the door to the office of Richard Aulerich. The MSU researcher spent decades studying nutrition and the decline …

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How They Got In (Blast from the Past, Still Pertinent Today!)

By: Peter Young, former ALF operative Missing from much coverage on and communiques from the A.L.F.s most expertly planned break-ins and live liberations are any mention of how the activists gained entry. And perhaps for good reason: revealing the method of access for the FBI and the action’s target can provide clues to aid in …

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Another Hunting Clubhouse Destroyed by Arson (Saint-Pierre-du-Mont, France)

A hunting association clubhouse in Saint-Pierre-du-Mont was set on fire early on December 1. “Romania” was found painted inside the building, a possible reference to the recent incident in which thousands of sheep died in a capsized cargo ship off the coast of Romania.