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Manifestos

Hultgren, John and Zurkow Marina: Manifesto For a Multispecies Union 

Collis, Stephen: Notes Towards a Manifesto of the Biotariat. In: To the Barricades /Talon Books, 2013) 

Online resources

Marco Maurizi / Apes of Utopia (blog)

Leigh Claire la Berge: Marx for Cats (on Vimeo)

Artists

Sue Coe 

Shay Salehi

Noelia Mora Solvez

Sunaura Taylor 

Eero Yli-Vakkuri 

Maria Zurkow

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