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DxE at World Day Against Foie Gras

DxE at World Day Against Foie Gras

Direct Action Everywhere, as part of our "It's Not Food. It's Violence." campaign, held a demonstration against force feeding and foie gras at the French consulate building in San Francisco, in solidarity with activists in Belgium, France, Germany, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Check out the video, and images from the protest. 

Someone, Not Something (Moscow)

Someone, Not Something (Moscow)

Activists all over the world joined in our last day of action: Someone, Not Something. In Russia and Eastern Europe, anonymous activists took things into their own hands, and shut down dozens of animal killing establishments in the dark of night, and left, in their stead, images of a better world. 

The Faces of Change

The Faces of Change

The Roman god of transitions, Janus, had many faces. The Romans understood that all transitions have multiple dimensions: beginning and end, peace and conflict, tension and relief, resistance and change. 

The same, of course, is true of social transitions: diverse (and, sometimes, even conflicting) perspectives and people are necessary to understanding, and solving, complex social problems.

More from the Die-In (Chicago, Philly, Phoenix, and SF)

More from the Die-In (Chicago, Philly, Phoenix, and SF)

Check out additional photos and videos from Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and SF. 

Two Faces from the Movement

Two Faces from the Movement

Rosemary and Yura are two very different people, with very different backgrounds, who live on different sides of the planet. But they -- and we -- are united in passion for animals. And it is people like Rosemary and Yura who will finally bring our movement down the path to liberation.  

Earthlings Tel Aviv - Keynote Speech (Dr. Asaf Harduf)

Asaf Harduf is one of the most energetic and inspiring activists that I have had the pleasure to work with. Not only because of his insight (the Earthlings March was his conception), his effort (he worked tirelessly to make it a success), and his good cheer (he's a hilarious guy, who makes things fun for everyone around him). But because he's a damn good speaker.

Check out his talk at the Earthlings March in Tel Aviv.