Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) is a global grassroots network of animal rights activists. Together, we will achieve social and political change for animals in one generation.
Seven years after founding the DxE Open Rescue Network, I finally go to trial. Here's why it matters.
Following public outrage, the Sonoma County Farm Bureau cancelled their "Beyond the Fence Line" event intended to teach farmers how to "manage activists."
A legal fight over pig crates in North Carolina ended this year. But the rescue of a piglet shows that the struggle has just begun.
Bloomberg columnist Adam Minter recently penned an article titled “Covid Almost Caused a Meat Crisis,” sounding the alarm about potential meat shortages. But the meat industry is itself a perpetual crisis, and Minter’s diagnosis of both problem and solution get it exactly wrong.
The Tennessee legislature has passed a bill that would include farms in the definition of critical infrastructure. But at what cost?
Research indicates that likely the best tactic to reduce the impact of imposter syndrome is talking about it.
New investigation into Land O'Lakes shows routine violations of own animal welfare standards
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