When most people think of “terrorism,” they think 9/11, anthrax, and suicide bombers. But right now social justice activists are being labeled as terrorists for protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, and photographing factory farms.
Activism is not terrorism.
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The Animal Legal Defense Fund has invited me to deliver the keynote address at the first symposium of their Los Angeles regional attorney network, at USC Gould School of Law. I’m really looking forward to the event, and seeing everyone in LA! You can still register online today.
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I sat down with the infamous MC SOLE, former Anticon and a million other projects, for his podcast.
We talk about a ton of shit, from government repression, civil unrest, the animal rights movement, the precarious nature of being a writer/artist in the digital age, his use of drones to expose the environmental impact of factory farming and much much more.
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Eric McDavid was released after nine years in prison as an “eco-terrorist” after the government acknowledged withholding evidence during his trial. It was a major legal victory, but there’s a long road ahead adjusting to post-prison life.
His supporters have created an online fundraising campaign to help him get on his feet. They say:
This incredible victory occurred because we all refused to give up the struggle to set him free. Thank you to all of you who have supported Eric during these last 9 years. Despite the heavy-handed repression of the state, Eric refused to compromise his politics or his integrity, just as all of us who supported him refused to abandon the struggle to see him free. But the struggle is not over.
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