Slideshow 1 -- Liberations -- clothing (mink, rabbit, chinchilla)
Slideshow 2 -- Protests / Marches
Slideshow 3 -- Liberations -- food (chicken, duck, rabbit)
Slideshow 4 -- Liberations -- animal testing lab (monkey, mouse, rat)
Slideshow 5 -- Liberations -- Sport, Entertainment, Misc. Animals
Slideshow 6 -- All

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KFC National Day of Action
March 26, 2003 Victoria, Australia

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Paris, France, 5/21/05, Veggie Pride Day

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Saturday 31 July 2004. 12 am.
Puerta del Sol (centre of Madrid) - Spain   Four activists belonging to the organization ALA-Alternativa para la Liberación Animal (Alternative for Animal Liberation) remained naked and plastified inside meat trays (similar to the ones we can find in supermarkets), in order to denounce the exploitation that other-than-human animals are subjected too.

            spaniardsvsfur. Naked members of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) protest in front of Pielespana, the International Leather Fashion Exhibition, in central Barcelona, Spain January 22, 2005.

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   nzsignpaintings New Zealand 2003


Various activists gathered at San Francisco’s Korean Trade Expo to urge attendees to join the campaign by Animal Freedom Korea and In Defense of Animals to get the South Korean Government to withdraw a back-door effort to legalize dog meat.



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Scenes from anti-vivisection protests during the 2003 ANZCCART conference in Christchurch


    vivisection_protest        To protest and draw media attention to UCSF's dog vivisection program, a Dog March was held Sunday, April 10th at the university's Mission Bay Campus in San Francisco. A large turnout of eighty-four activists plus fifty-two dogs protested the experiments that will make use of 750 dogs.

   Modesto CA, Feb 22 2005

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On March 14, 2003 the Verein Gegen Tierfabriken (Association Against Animal Factories) saved seven hens from a battery hen factory in Lower Austria. (full story here) Following is the update by Dr Martin Balluch, President of the VGT, on the ensuing occupation of the governor of Lower Austria's office. After our rescue action of 7 battery chickens on 14th March, with a report to police and a full admittance to the activity on our side, we increased pressure on the battery farming community in Austria : on 25th March 18 activists went into the office of the governor of the province of Lower Austria, Austria's largest province with the biggest number of battery farms including the farm we had rescued the hens from.

5 activists locked on in an octopus position. We also had 4 dead hens from a factory farm, which we put in the centre of the room. We also unfolded a big banner on the balcony and a smaller inside the office. Police came swiftly, soon blocked all escape routes and all entrances, but did nothing to us.

After 4 hours of occupation, the governor came and spoke to us. He was amazingly calm and pro animal advocacy, and looked at the pictures and video and promised to push for the prosecution of the battery farm, as well as for a nation-wide ban on battery farming. On 10th April there is a big meeting in parliament, between politics, agro-business and ar/aw groups, to debate a new law. He promised he will side with us on this day.

Mind you, coming Sunday are provincial elections in Lower Austria. But still. It was enough for us to leave the office after 4 hours 30 minutes without being IDed, except for me. I will be charged with a public disorder offence, I was told by police.

We got good media coverage. A TV station went on 27th March with me to the owner of the battery farm we had rescued the hens from and I confronted him. 5 of 9 provinces have already banned battery farms in Austria, and we used similar tactics as in the 1990s against fur farming to get a nation-wide ban on battery farming in Austria: we will pick on each and every farm now, and pressure politicians to ban it. The majority of the public is on our side already.

Christina Cho protests in Seoul, part of the endless parade of anti-fur activism. Animal rights activist from the U.S., Lisa Franzetta (R) and Christina Cho, hold a nude protest against fur in Seoul January 7, 2005.

Naked models with red body paint hold a banner reading 'I prefer to be naked than to wear furs' in Lisbon December 4, 2004. The protest of the environment group Animal was held in front of the Spanish shopping centre El Corte Ingles, one of few shops in Lisbon selling furs.

British comedian Joanna Lumley poses at the start of an animal rights campaign 'Stop the Bull Ship' in Brussels April 6, 2005. The GAIA and Compassion in World Farming Limited launched a documentary film denouncing the alleged mistreatment of animals as they are shipped to the Middle East from the European Union.

German artist Benjamin Schmidt is tied on a wooden cross next to a placard with the slogan ' flesh is murder, go veggie ' during a demonstration of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in Berlin March 24, 2005. PETA is campaigning to force consumers not to eat animal flesh during Easter celebrations.

A woman animal rights protester holds a poster critical of actress Jennifer Lopez near the venue of the premiere of Lopez's new film 'Monster-in-Law' in Los Angeles April 29, 2005.  Lopez had used fur in her recent line of new fashion designs. 'Monster-in-Law', starring Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda, opens in the United States May 15 and marks Jane Fonda's return to the big screen after a 14-year absence.

ALV attended the annual RSPCA All Creatures Day on Sunday, March 14, 2004, accompanied by a giant battery hen and two lettuce ladies asking the RSPCA to turn over a new leaf and stop neglecting the millions of animals suffering and dying in factory farms

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Rio, Brazil, 6/17/05, fur protest by Vegan Staff

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) activists shout slogans asking for the boycott of Australian wool near the Australian embassy in Paris, December 2, 2004. PETA says millions of sheep are mutilated and castrated without painkillers, shipped thousands of miles on open-deck and slaughtered fully conscious.

Animal rights protestors (L - R) Diane Selvanayagan, John Carmody and Anish Harrison, take part in a demonstration on Belfast's Royal Avenue, July 30, 2004. Wearing little more than a banner reading 'We'd Rather Bare Skin Than Wear Skin' the PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) representatives exposed themselves on Friday to Belfast shoppers to offer their opinions on how animals suffer in the making of leather coats, trousers, shoes and accessories.

Some two hundreds models of life-sized white laboratory rabbits are displayed at the entrance of the European Parliament in Brussels September 8, 2004. Animal rights activists organised the action to urge the EU parliament to increase funding for the development of non-animal testing.

Animal rights activists cram into a cage during an anti-fur protest at Hong Kong's Causeway Bay shopping district February 26, 2004. The group 'People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA) said baby animals are the most common victims, as they can easily die in the searing temperatures when crammed into small cages.

American singer Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders puts a gas mask on a statue of Colonel Sanders in front of a KFC restaurant in central Bangkok on February 22, 2004, as part of 'Go Vegetarian' campaign by members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against 'cruel commercial killing' of chickens.

American singer Chrissie Hynde arrives in front of a KFC restaurant in central Bangkok on a tuk-tuk to protest against the mega food chain on February 22, 2004, as part of 'Go Vegetarian' campaign by members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against 'cruel commercial killing' of chickens.
A South Korean animal rights activist sits in a cage during an anti-dog meat rally in Songnam, about 50 km (30 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2004. While animal rights activists have condemned dog meat as a cruel treatment of animals, it is still an accepted popular delicacy for some South Korea, as well in other Asian countries. The banner on the cage reads: 'Against the table use of dog and cat.'

Samantha Simpson (L) and Allison Ezell, members of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) hold a banner during a protest in front of the Shoe Market of the Americas annual show at the Miami Beach Convention Center, June 27, 2005. PETA draws attention to the hidden suffering of animals that is inherent in every pair of leather shoes.

Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals group (PETA) hold banners during a demonstration to protest against the use of fur in clothing, in front of a department store in Paris December 18, 2004.

Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra helps stir a vegetarian stew to mark the beginning of an annual vegetarian festival in Bangkok October 20, 2004. Chinese people around the world refrain from eating animal products for 10 days starting yesterday 13 October 2004.

An animal rights activist holds up a mock bloody carcass of a skinned fox, with a real head and feet, during an anti-fur demonstration in Tokyo March 23, 2005. Demonstrators protested against inhumane treatment of animals for their fur, including skinning animals alive.

Animal rights activists, some wearing monkey suits, rally outside the Thai embassy in Jakarta April 25, 2005. The group was demanding the return of illegally smuggled Indonesian orangutans seized last year by Thai authorities from animal parks in Thailand.