ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. PLEASE REGISTER IN PERSON AT THE DOOR.
Registration takes place at 9:00am Wednesday through Saturday at Anna Head Hall (2537 Haste Street). On Sunday, feel free to meet us in San Francisco for the protest at 11:00am and on Tuesday in Berkeley at 8:30am. Details in calendar below.
Every year, Direct Action Everywhere organizers and activists from around the world come together to connect, re-connect, and engage in communal learning for one ultimate reason - to become better advocates for animals.
Build connections with 300+ of the most passionate and ambitious activists from the world over.
Learn from the leading veterans in Open Rescue, Nonviolent Direct Action, and Animal Care.
Turn Nonviolent Direct Action theory into practice and take to the streets with us.
Can't attend yourself, but want to support other activists going?
About the theme: PLANT YOUR FLAG
We must have a bold vision of the world we want and a clear path to get there.
We are at the beginning of a long, uncertain, and bumpy road towards animal liberation. It took over 30 years of attempts before the first successful ascent of Mt. Everest. Yet today, hundreds of people reach the summit annually. The only reason climbing the infamous mountain is much more approachable today is because of the flags (knowledge, resources, and yes, literal flags) laid down by preceding climbers. While none of us can single-handedly mark the entire path to our summit, every one of us can plant flags along the way.
What flag will you plant?