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Hayden

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This is Hayden. Hayden was tortured for many years in a science lab, where tests were run on his skin. Even before the testing began, Hayden was enslaved from birth by having been bred to be hairless, so as to facilitate testing. This is just one of many examples of how domestication and breeding violate […]

“An open letter to non-vegan holiday hosts” Dr. Casey Taft

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As Thanksgiving fades into the background and you prepare to see your vegan family member for upcoming holidays, I’d like to say a few things that your loved one may not be able to. I’m not writing this letter to anger or shame you, but rather to encourage you to attempt to develop greater insight into […]

“Dealing with non-vegans over the holidays” Jordan Collins

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Tensions between vegan and non-vegan loved ones are often heightened during the holidays. Some vegans decide that they simply can’t attend a holiday or event where others celebrate by dining on an animal carcass. Others don’t feel that this is a good option for them. The following article offers some tips for vegans who spend the holidays with their non-vegan loved ones.

Cruelty Isn’t Fun: Excerpt, Until Every Animal is Free

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What follows is an excerpt from Chapter Three of Saryta Rodriguez’s Until Every Animal is Free. The book is currently available on Amazon, our website, and in select bookstores. Enjoy! *** Cruelty isn’t Fun When speaking about veganism to those who are less engaged in the broader movement but have made or are considering making a […]

Is Veganism a Social Justice Issue?

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For today’s blog, Saryta discusses how promoting “cutting down” on animal exploitation, or reducetarianism, is illogical and entirely counterproductive from a social justice perspective.

Misuse of “Effectiveness” Language in Animal Advocacy

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Those who advocate for reducing our exploitation of animals, rather than eliminating it, will often claim that their approach is more “effective.” The problem with such claims is that there is zero scientific evidence to support them. This article discusses how this misuse of the language of science may ultimately be harmful to animals.

“Talking to a hunter? 4 things you need to read right now!” Christopher Sebastian

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In an effort to stabilize the growing number of black bears in Florida, the state’s Wildlife Conservation Commission is allowing hunters to kill a total of 320 of them. If you happen to be a person who cares about animals, this is obviously bad news. And eventually you might find yourself in an unpleasant debate with someone who vehemently defends this type of violence. So here’s a handy list of hunting discussion points.

“GMOs, Veganism and the Media” Saryta Rodriguez

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There is a direct correlation between the way in which the media portrays pro- vs. anti-GMO advocates and how it portrays vegans vs. non-vegans. However, whether you are a vegan or not, you will want to read this informative article about how GMO’s effect you, your food and the world at large.