Animal Advocacy Camp 2013: What a weekend!

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Animal Advocacy Camp 2013: What a weekend!

We held our third Animal Advocacy Camp on February 23rd and 24th and we continue to be thrilled by all the incredibly amazing, motivated, innovative, creative bunch of folks in the animal rights community. Day one started out with a presentation from Liz Marshall, documentary filmmaker and director of the long-awaited film, Ghosts in Our


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Vancouver’s Walk for Farm Animals total has been announced!

The total for Vancouver’s 2012 Walk for Farm Animals to benefit Farm Sanctuary has been announced… …and it’s a record-breaking $12,823!  Unbelievable!  Liberation BC is so grateful to everybody who came out to raise money for Farm Sanctuary and to support a kinder, more compassionate world.  You can read all about the 2012 Walk and see


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2012 Walk for Farm Animals a major success!

On Saturday, September 29th, about 115 people came to the Vancouver Art Gallery to participate in Liberation BC’s 6th annual Walk for Farm Animals to benefit Farm Sanctuary, showing support and raising awareness for some of the most abused and forgotten beings on the planet.  The Walk for Farm Animals is a celebration of kindness,


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Recap of community dialogue on using the internet to create a stronger movement

This past weekend we held the third in our “A Powerful Voice” dialogue series. This one was focused on the question: “How can we use the internet to create a stronger and more effective animal rights movement?” 20 activists came out to discuss this issue in Radha’s beautiful space. All of the conversations were great,


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Building a strong animal rights movement, online

One part of Liberation BC’s mission is to provide support and build a strong community of effective animal advocates. To that end we’ll be hosting a dialogue/workshop on “How can animal rights activists use the internet to create a stronger movement?” This is the next in the “A Powerful Voice” Animal Rights Community Dialogue Series.


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Mission & Vision: Can you comment?

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We’ve been working on revising and developing the mission and vision statements for Liberation BC. Liberation BC exists as a part of the larger animal rights community – so we’d like to hear what you have to say about the new draft mission and vision. Here’s what we’ve got so far: Vision: A world in


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Help revise our Talking Turkey leaflet

I was engaged in a bit of an exchange with Gary Francione over the past couple of days, and he made a good point about our turkey leaflet – that it was exclusively focused on the treatment of turkeys. Personally, I think it should still deal with treatment in some fashion, but it would improve


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Building community through online information sharing: what are your ideas?

Do you ever want there to be a website with a listing of all of the local animal rights groups, events, and volunteer opportunities? I’ve been to countless events and been in even more conversations with people where this subject comes up. Many people want to see some sort of centralized information hub where events,


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