Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
ARZone is pleased to announce this week’s live chat guest.
Dylan Powell is a community organizer from St. Catharines, On (Canada). He started the media project/radio show, The Vegan Police, in Oct 2008, as a campus and community vegan radio show. Their primary objectives have been to promote veganism through providing a wide array of viewpoints, music, interviews and more.
He has since gone on to co-found Marineland Animal Defense, a campaign dedicated to ending animal captivity at Marineland (Niagara Falls, On) as well as the intersectionality based Live Free Collective, a collective dedicated to highlighting the intersections of oppressions and working against them.
Prisoner support has been a focus of his activism and he has held fundraisers and provided support for numerous animal activists/liberationists; the AETA 4, Walter Bond, SHAC 7, Spanish 12 and more.
He also currently works on Conflict Gypsy, a free online archive of radical animal and earth liberation publications.
Dylan welcomes the opportunity to engage ARZone members this weekend on a range of topics, including his work with The Vegan Police , his extensive advocacy work, and his philosophies in general.
ARZone is supportive of education, critical thinking, rational discourse, and aims to provoke intelligent dialogue about issues that most concern members of the animal advocacy movement.
ARZone does not endorse or promote the views of its guests and forum participants; ARZone does endorse and promote creative education efforts.
This is an event for which questions must be submitted to ARZone prior to Midnight GMT, Wednesday 5 October via email to Carolyn@ARZone.net.
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Last updated by Carolyn Bailey Nov 14, 2011.