Today we bring you an excerpt from Saryta Rodriguez’s powerful new book Until Every Animal is Free. In the second chapter of Until Every Animal is Free, Speciesism: The Final Frontier, Saryta details several reasons humans have developed to justify the notion of human supremacy and attempts to disprove each. You can help fund the publication […]
The term “vegan” has received criticism and debate abounds about whether we should even be using the term. Today Vegan Publishers’ own Casey Taft discusses why we need to embrace the “V” word.
So unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several days, you and just about everyone on the north American continent has heard about the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Ferguson, Missouri, resident Michael Brown. And unless you’ve completely abandoned social media, you and just […]
Today we are excited to catch up with our friend Carlos Patiño! Carlos is the author and illustrator of the famous vegan children’s book “Dave Love’s Chickens” and illustrator of Vegan Publisher’s newly released “Lena of Vegitopia and the Mystery of the Missing Animals.” Carlos talks about his creative process and let’s us know what he’s been up to this past year.
Today, H. Jay Dinshah, co-author of the book “Powerful Vegan Messages,” talks about the meaning behind the Sanskrit term “Ahimsa.”
Today, Vegan Publishers’ Staff Writer Justin Van Kleeck shares his story of struggling with an eating disorder. After many hospitalizations and finally hitting a low weight of 114 pounds, Justin was near death before he began his road to recovery but his ethical choice to become vegan played an essential role in getting well again. […]
For this week’s blog, Casey discusses how multiple vegan messages may be effective in targeting individuals who differ in their beliefs and readiness for change.
Today we are pleased to feature an interview with Australian vegan author Kathy Divine. Learn about her new book “Plant-powered Women” and how you can be a part of her campaign to bring free vegan books to countries around the world and assist in spreading the vegan message globally.
Factory farms are doing everything they can to stop consumers from seeing the reality of how most food is produced but what if there was a way we could somehow expose the secretive industry, dodge the “ag-gag” laws that make it illegal to photograph the farms and show the public what it takes to get their meat to their plates? Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a way we could use drones to investigate factory farms and shed light on the cruel industry? Well there is a way and you can help because top journalist and animal rights activist Will Potter has started a Kickstarter campaign to do it!
If you’ve been a vegan for more than a day, you’ve had unpleasant interactions with non-vegans. There’s really no way around it if you communicate with co-workers, friends, or family, or go on the Internet. The easiest solution to this problem would be for the entire world to turn vegan, but until that happens, here are ten tips to help you navigate these difficult waters.
When advocating for veganism, should we encourage people to go fully vegan or support smaller steps along the way? In this weeks blog, Casey discusses how we should be doing both.