Bite Back Magazine
The Animal Liberation Front (A.L.F.) consists of individuals and small autonomous groups of people all over the world who carry out direct action according to the A.L.F. guidelines.
Because A.L.F. actions are against the law, activists work anonymously and do not have any centralized organization or coordination. The A.L.F. is non-hierarchical in its structure, which allows for only those people involved directly in the action to control their own destiny.
The Animal Liberation Front directly disrupts the practice of animal abuse by rescuing animals and imposing real financial and social costs to animal abusers, usually through the damage and destruction of property.
It is perfectly legal to write letters of support to imprisoned A.L.F. and direct action activists. While it can be intimidating to write to someone you don't know, becoming a friend with a prisoner is well worth it. Even a short postcard may decrease a prisoner's feelings of isolation, and raises their spirits. Letters can be simple. Talk about yourself, your hobbies, interests, or what music you listen to. Prisoners may be interested in the campaigns of your local animal rights group. If you have questions about what prison is like, ask!