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    Animal Emancipation, Inc.

    A central and southern California animal rights organization dedicated to abolishing institutionalized animal exploitation in all forms.
    Address:
    5632 Van Nuys Boulevard Suite 50
    Van Nuys , CA 91401-4602
    USA
    Phone: 310-358-5974
    E-Mail: aeinc@mainnet.com
    Website: http://www.enviroweb.org/ae/index.html
       
    This page was last modified on 05/09/2000.

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    Detailed Information:
    This web site was primarily designed for students at the secondary or college level, grassroots animal rights organizers, and the many supporters of Animal Emancipation, Inc. (AE). We constructed the page to be user-friendly, light on graphics (and JAVA scripting) with an intuitive, common-sensical interface. We do not use an HTML authoring software package to make modifications. All of this allows for quick downloading and easier access to the information therein. We have endeavored to make the site highly comprehensive, encompassing not only AE's history, campaigns, and brochures, but also offering academic sections and links to various web sites/pages that we believe to be of related importance. It is our hope that this breadth reflects not only our unwavering commitment to abolitionist animal rights philosophy (which rejects all instrumental uses of non-humans), but also a historically-based concern for the fate of animals as well as poetic celebrations of their grandeur. AE regards the abolitionist animal rights stance as making legitimate civil rights claims on behalf of beings excluded from the moral community on the basis of arbitrary species definitions. Thus, we have included selections and links to some of the great human rights leaders who championed the marginalized with inspiring courage and fortitude.


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