Feb 02

North American Animal Liberation Press Office Music Benefit…!

#LiberationPrisonerSupport #NAALPOMusicBenefit The Press Office is putting together a Music Benefit Compilation Album of musicians and artists from all over the world. Funds raised will help support Earth and Animal Liberation Prisoners and the work of the Press Office. We are looking for those interested in donating a song, spoken word, art, etc, to help …

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Feb 02

Black Bridge Website Makes it Easy to Write to Prisoners

Black Bridge International is an anarchist network of groups and individuals who are willing to print out letters and mail them to imprisoned comrades in their country. http://www.blackbridgeinternational.org/ How this works If you fill out the form at the bottom of this page, your letter will be forwarded along to the appropriate Black Bridge node, who …

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Feb 02

Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For February 2017 Is Now Available

Hello Friends and Comrades, Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for February.(11″x17″ PDF, 7.2MB) Also available in color here (11″x17″ PDF, 2.6MB), and as a shareable PNG file here (imgur link). Print it out and plaster your community, both in commemoration of these freedom fighters and to advertise locally for a political prisoner letter …

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Feb 01

Tribute to Jill Phipps

Today we pay loving tribute to Jill Phipps (15 January 1964 – 1 February 1995) Jill Phipps was a British animal rights activist who was crushed under the wheels of a truck during a protest to stop the live export of calves. The calves were being transported to Coventry Airport in England for export to …

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Feb 01

25 Chickens Liberated in Southeast UK

Received anonymously: January, 2017 25 chickens were rescued from a poultry farm in the South East UK. The chicks, not older than 40 days, had endured extensive 22 hours of light per day to maximise growth. The night before they were transported to slaughter, 25 comrades were rescued and taken to safe homes. Slogans were …

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