The new book by Will Potter, published by City Lights Books. Kirkus Book Reviews called it “a hard-hitting debut… a shocking exposé of judicial overreach.” Download a free sample chapter, and view the book trailer. Every copy ordered from this site is signed by the author.
“Domestic” terrorist. Get it? Ok, we have a sick sense of humor. But with the FBI infiltrating vegan potlucks, we couldn’t resist.
Thanks to the lovely Sarah Kramer, world-famous vegan chef, for modeling these “domestic terrorist” aprons.
Adjustable aprons with 3 pockets. Black with green print.
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.
Black American Apparel t-shirts, with light ink. Available in either unisex or women’s sizes.
By popular demand, we finally have this design in a hoodie.
Super soft fleece pullover made by Canvas. Black, with light ink. Available in unisex sizes.
As factory farm owners lobby for new “ag-gag” laws to make it illegal to photograph animal cruelty and environmental pollution, both activists and journalists need to get creative.
Will Potter is using drones to take aerial photographs of these abuses. These t-shirts were made as part of his Kickstarter campaign (and we made a few extra!).
Black American Apparel t-shirts, with white ink. Available in either unisex or women’s sizes.
On his list of resolutions, alongside “wash teeth” and “take bath,” Woody Guthrie listed “WAKE UP AND FIGHT.”
We love the idea of that being part of our daily routine. Every day, no matter what, you do the same thing: wake up and fight to make things better.
These are available in two versions:
* a unisex t-shirt, heather gray Next Level tees (modeled here by our pal, comedian Jamie Kilstein, during one of his sets)
* a fitted tank top, heather gray (modeled here by super-babe and super-activist Stephanie)
Black and orange ink.
“We are tired of your abuse. Try to stop us — it’s no use!”
Corporations are trying to hide their abuses from consumers with new “ag-gag” laws. But we’re gonna rise above factory farming.
These natural canvas tote bags are 15″ x 15″ with 10″ black handles.
They leave a trail of diapers, sleepless nights, and general household destruction in their wake. If anyone deserves to be called “domestic” terrorists, it’s… babies.
Multiple sizes based on the size of your terrorist. Yellow with green print.
Pictured here is Billy Callahan, already following in his dad Joe’s footsteps and supporting DC writers.
4″ circle stickers, white vinyl, black text, with the liberty bell and the website address.
*”Join or Die” sticker
One of the most prevalent — and effective — tactics against social justice movements is to divide them, and let the factions turn on each other.
Animal advocates are challenging the most powerful and wealthy industries on the planet. This sticker (with the acronyms for a wide range of animal protection groups) is a reminder to focus on positive activism, rather than differences and disagreements with other activists.
Design by Jessie Dukes of Pioneers Press.
Contributing author to this anthology on the anthology on the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, which critically examines how corporations drafted the new legislation to target animal rights protesters.
The sweeping legislation labels even non-violent civil disobedience as terrorism if it affects the profits of animal enterprises.
Available from Amazon.com.
*The Next Eco Warriors:
22 Young Women and Men Who Are Saving the Planet
Edited by Emily Hunter, foreword by Farley Mowat.
Chapters by Peter Hammarstedt of Sea Shepherd, Will Potter, and many others.
Booklist described it as “…Rousing, electrifying profiles in global environmental activism.”
*Los Verdes Somos Los Nuevos Rojos
Spanish translation of Green Is the New Red, published by Plaza y Valdés Editores.
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