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Elephant Liberation

A ll Elephants have had their homeland, family, society, and self-governance torn from them.

 

The Elephant Liberation Program is dedicated to reinstating the freedom and self-determination of Elephants around the world.

 

In recognition of their common suffering and challenges, our projects in the Elephant Liberation program seek to aid Elephants wherever and whenever we can – Asia, Africa, captive-held, or wild.

 

Our work is rooted in principles of social justice, collaboration, and species-mutual cultural recovery. We strive to embody the values and philosophy expressed by Elephants: inter-being, listening, collaboration. nature-based consciousness, ethical integrity, and ahimsa.

 

Join us in these key projects that celebrate Elephant Liberation!

 

What Can I Do?

 

Here’s how you can help the cause of Elephant Liberation:

 

 

Cover photo of The Elephant Letters book

The Elephant Letters: The Story of Billy and Kani.
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Virginia McKenna, star of the film Born Free (1966) and co-founder of Born Free Foundation, has glowing remarks after her read of The Elephant Letters: This very special book should be read by everyone. I could not put the book down and read it at one sitting… [CLICK ON IMAGE to read more.]

New Yotk Times magazine cover

One of the earliest media coverage of Gay Bradshaw’s discovery of Elephants PTSD was by Charles Siebert. An Elephant Crackup? appeared as the lead story in The New York Times Magazine.