New book on the Swedish ALF

Until All Are Free is a new book to mark the 30th anniversary of the inception of the Swedish Animal Liberation Front. Written by the activist collective Red Fox – whose members have been part of the animal rights movement for more than 20 years – it provides a unique document of “one of the most prominent and active branches…Executing direct actions in the small country in Northern Europe to save animals from oppression and cruelty.”

It runs to nearly 200 pages with more than 300 photos and contains five in depth interviews with activists and “gives the reader the chance to get closer to the activist than what has previously been possible. The large amount of pictures covers animal liberation actions all the way back to the 1970s and is largely taken by the activists themselves during or just after their actions.”
Amongst those interviewed is the founder of the Swedish ALF Emily E:son, who was a single mother of two when she “placed an ad in the local paper to find others who were willing to risk their own freedom rescuing animals in need.” How weird that sounds. Imagine trying to place an ad like that in a newspaper these days.

In order to have as wide a readership as possible, Until All Are Free is written in both Swedish and English. There will be a limited print run and it will initially be sold at a discounted price. The first shipping date will probably be March or April 2015.

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