Sep 29

A letter from Animal Liberation prisoner Debbie Vincent…

What is scary in this world is oppression and injustice, when people hurt people, animals and nature. What is beautiful in this world is resistance, when people say ‘enough is enough’ and act. Oppression and injustice are everywhere, but so is resistance. Because some people know that if you fight you might lose, but if …

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Sep 29

Animal Liberationist Kevin Johnson on AETA- A Personal Challenge

For those cheering CCR’s challenge to the AETA, let’s challenge our own comfort By Kevin Johnson Three years ago, my friend Tyler and I crept onto a squalid and cramped fur farm in northern Illinois and released two thousand mink from their cages to save their lives. Approximately a year later, a man in Fresno, …

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Sep 23

5 Hens Liberated, Czech Republic

Report from michalkolesar.net (click here for more photos from the rescue): “My name is Lukáš Krása and I decided to switch to direct actions (rescue). In following text, I will briefly describe my reasons and direct rescue process. When we reach the place, we deploy as planned and wait for connection. Once the patrols notify …

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Sep 23

Visit NAALPO at the LA Anarchist Book Fair, October 8th

Dear comrades, We wish to remind you about the upcoming Sixth Los Angeles Anarchist Bookfair, taking place at CIELO Galleries on Saturday, October 8th! Where: CIELO Galleries 3201 Maple Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90011 When: Sat. 10/8, 11am-7pm Though space is filling up, we are still accepting applications for vendors and workshops until next Friday, …

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Sep 21

“Terrorism” Law Targeting Animal Rights Activists is Unconstitutional, Attorneys Argue in Court

Center for Constitutional Rights Contact: press@ccrjustice.org   September 21, 2016, Chicago – Today, attorneys from the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, urging the court to strike down the federal Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA). In United States v. Johnson, two animal rights activists were convicted of “terrorism” …

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