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Gerrah Selby

Gerrah SelbyGerrah Selby is a social justice advocate who has been involved in the animal rights movement for nearly two decades. As a teenager, she was raided and spent years incarcerated during a violent state crackdown on the anti-vivisection movement. Today, as the wave of repression against protest movements engulfs climate activists and others who dare to dream of a fairer world, she hopes to use her lived experience to speak out against the criminalization of activism and amplify the voices of those who sacrifice their freedom in the pursuit of justice, and the causes that are worth risking it all for.


Activism on trial: When compassion is criminalized







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