Activism & Activists’ Response

Investigator Speaks As She Heads to Jail for Exposing Factory Farm Cruelty

Interview with Amber Canavan days before she began her jail sentence for investigating a foie gras factory farm.

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This is what we need this Earth Day

This photo is from a demonstration in 1987 in Chico, California. The Rainforest Action Network, Earth First!, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals teamed up for a “Whopper Stopper” protest against Burger King, and the environmental impact of meat-eating. The protest was ahead of its time.

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Interview with Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath about Punk Politics, Burnout, and Maintaining Hope

Tim McIlrath talks with Will Potter about punk, political activism, and Rise Against’s new song “The Eco-Terrorist In Me.”

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Rise Against Record Store Day Release with Will Potter

Rise Against announces a limited edition 7″ with spoken word by Will Potter and a song inspired by Green Is the New Red.

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This is what you must remind yourself on the dark days

An excerpt from Will Potter’s contribution to a new book on the ecological crisis.

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Hold factory farms to account, with drones

How should journalists respond to investigative methods and sources being criminalized? Send in the drones.

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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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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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7 Reasons This Kickstarter Is Worth Every Dollar

With 24 hours left, here’s why you should support “Drone on the Farm.”

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Fast Company: Drones can get around strict “ag-gag” laws and document horrifying factory farms

Fast Company’s website of “world changing ideas and innovation” features Will Potter’s Kickstarter campaign.

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