Will Potter

The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act and the Criminalization of Dissent

In post-9/11 America, the power of “terrorism” rhetoric, combined with corporate efforts to manufacture and manipulate government repression, has created a unique and incredibly powerful culture of fear.

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Agriculture Official Who Called #MeatlessMonday “Treasonous” Is Back At It

One Agriculture Commissioner is warning of an insidious plot to indoctrinate our children. And it could be coming to a school cafeteria near you.

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Beef Industry Compares the Humane Society to ISIS

Beef Magazine says the group responsible for beheadings is “similar” to the Humane Society.

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Great News in the Lawsuit Against Idaho’s #AgGag Law

A lawsuit challenging Idaho’s ag-gag law as unconstitutional is moving forward, with a supportive ruling by a U.S. federal judge.

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13 Incredible Photos of Amazon Tribe Fighting Back Against Illegal Loggers

Brazil is the most dangerous place in the world to be an environmentalist. That’s what makes these photos even more inspiring.

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Tasmania’s “Protection From Protesters” Bill Is As Bad As It Sounds

It could soon become illegal to protest logging, fracking, or any issue in Tasmania if it may “impede or obstruct the carrying out of business activities.”

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I’ll be giving the keynote at this year’s Animal Law Conference

Will Potter will be the keynote speaker at the 22nd animal law conference.

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The Green Devil: Tony Abbott is an environmental nightmare

This guy wants to dump in the Great Barrier Reef and log ancient forests.

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That time Propagandhi talked about “Green Is the New Red” on stage

“Will Potter is the author of a book called Green Is the New Red… He’s up here fucking moshing.”

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Factory Farms Are Going to Absolutely Hate this New Video Game

“Fat Chicken” is straight from today’s headlines of ag-gag laws and even pesky drones.

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