What do we want?

Animal Liberation!

While many animal rights groups focus on improving the living conditions of animals used for food, Direct Action Everywhere demands nothing less than total animal liberation. But just what does that mean?

A world in which we have achieved total animal liberation is a world where every animal, regardless of their species, has legal personhood instead of property status, and this world is not as far off as you might think. DxE has a 40 year plan that maps out numerous smaller legislative victories that culminate in a constitutional amendment giving all animals protection under the law. 

Lily and Lizzie were rescued from Smithfield's Circle Four Farms in Milford, Utah.

Lily and Lizzie were rescued from Smithfield's Circle Four Farms in Milford, Utah.

While animal liberation might seem like an abstract idea at first, we are getting closer every day to making it a reality. The stories of animals rescued from farms and slaughterhouses are spreading like wildfire, showing the world what animals truly deserve. Some day soon every animal living on a farm will be brought to sanctuary where they can live freely and safely because they deserve nothing less. 

If you want to see animal liberation become a reality, come to the Animal Liberation Conference in Berkeley in May.