Jason Bayless is a diverse activist with a wide range of experience. He has traveled the country documenting and reporting animal abuse and neglect within the entertainment industry, including Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and the NYC horse drawn carriage industry.
He is currently on the Board of Directors with Center for Farmworker Families, non-profit organization dedicated to education, advocacy, and support for farmworker families.
Jason is also on the National Board of Directors of Move to Amend, a coalition of organizations and individuals, who are working together to end corporate personhood and works to remove money as protected free speech under the First Amendment.
He recently joined the board for the Chiapas Support Committee, a grassroots collective that serves as a center for education and information about Chiapas, the Zapatista communities and Mexico.
Jason is on the Senior Advisory Committee for Institute for Critical Animal Studies (ICAS). ICAS mission is rooted in animal liberation and anarchism, is an international intersectional transformative holistic theory-to-action activist led based scholarly think-tank to unapologetically examine, explain, be in solidarity with, and be part of radical and revolutionary actions, theories, groups and movements for total liberation and to dismantle all systems of domination and oppression, in hopes for a just, equitable, inclusive, and peaceful world.
He also has created A Radical Guide (radical-guide.com). A Radical Guide is a user generated content site that features radical history, locations, and people who working to change how we live and work together.
Jason is the U.S. Community Development Specialist with Pachamama Alliance is to support volunteers and co-develop resources and trainings that strike at the root of systems and structures that keep us separated from each other and earth.
This curriculum is designed to be used by individuals and/or groups and Move to Amend affiliates at their desired pace. There are reflections and activities built in to the course to offer structure for processing and applying the information.