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Marius Mason is an anarchist, environmental and animal rights activist currently serving nearly 22 years in federal prison for acts of property damage carried out in defense of the planet.

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Marius is serving the longest sentence of any environmental activist, he needs your support. Support can include spreading the word about Marius' case, writing letters or sending in articles to keep him connected to the outside world, financial donations, event organizing, and more.

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Marie (Marius) Mason
04672-061
FMC Carswell
PO Box 27137
Fort Worth, TX 76127

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About Marius

Marius Mason is a transgender environmental and animal rights activist and anarchist. In 1999, in the name of the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) he set fire to a lab at the University of Michigan that was conducting research on genetically modified organisms (GMO). After Marius’ husband turned state’s-evidence, Marius was threatened with a life sentence for the arson and other acts of sabotage. With little financial stability and fear of dragging his family into a costly legal battle, Marius pled guilty and was given an extreme sentence of nearly 22 years. No one was ever harmed in any of his actions.

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January 22 2018

January 22: Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity

January 22, 2016 will be the first annual Trans Prisoner Day of Action: an international day of action in solidarity with trans prisoners. This is a call to action against the system which seeks to erase our very existence. The survival of trans and other sex and gender minority people is not a quaint conversation […]

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January 26 2017

Marius’ Birthday – Jan 26

Send Marius a birthday card or book!  Check out his Amazon Wishlist to see what he would like to read:

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June 11 2017

June 11th 2017 Callout: Communication is a Weapon

By now it is a platitude to speak of the isolation and silence that prisons strive to impose. Every week another one of our imprisoned friends tells us that their mail is getting fucked with, the phones on their unit are “broken,” or that our publications are being rejected with no recourse. For us, one […]

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