A person, who through advocacy for and solidarity with the oppressed, takes actions to disrupt oppression in its varied forms. An ally is someone who typically is a member of one or more dominant or majority groups . . .
The word "anarchism" has gained some negative connotation. To some, it evokes images of angry masked folks throwing molotov cocktails. To others it simply means "everyone can do whatever they want." Neither are particularly accurate . . .
Direct action aimed at ending the exploitation of nonhuman animals. In light of centuries of failed legislative reforms, particularly in the area of food production, activists began directly intervening to alleviate the suffering of nonhuman animals . . .
The process of marginalized people being incorporated into the dominant culture while simultaneously being stripped of their own culture, heritage, and self-worth. Historically, this has been accomplished through a variety of means . . .