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The Pitchfork

10 posts in the feed.

James McWilliams is "a historian and writer who's books include Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong, How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly and A Revolution in Eating: How the Quest for Food Shaped America. My writing on food, agriculture, and animals has appeared in the New York Times, Harpers, The Washington Post, Slate, Forbes, Travel and Leisure, The Los Angeles Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Texas Observer."

  • Meet The Reeds
    Like most people who vow to lose weight, Becca Reed?—?51, diabetic, confined to a wheelchair, taking nearly a dozen medications?—?had precise goals. Unlike most people, she’s willing to share them. On a piece of crinkled notebook paper she wrote in bubbly cursive script what she hoped her future would be like: Reach 225 pounds or [...] (...more)
    22 Jul 2016 at 6:06pm       

  • The Yulin Dog Festival
    It probably wasn’t on your calendar. But between June 21 and June 30 the annual Lychee and Dog Meat Festival took place in Yulin, China. While declining in popularity, eating dog meat remains common enough throughout Asia. In the Shaanxi province, it’s more than common: It’s a delicacy considered central to the region’s culinary identity. (...more)
    4 Jul 2016 at 4:56pm       

  • One Beautiful Sentence
    George Bellows, “Cliff Dwellers” (1913)   “He went among the vendors and beggars and wild street preachers haranguing a lost world with a vigor unknown tho the sane.” -Cormac McCarthy, Suttree (1979) (...more)
    2 Jun 2016 at 2:25pm       

  • One Beautiful Sentence
    “Still, she had disappointed him by saying nothing whatever about returning with his shield or on it” –Stephen Crane, The Red Badge of Courage (1894) Jacques Louis David, Oath of the Horati (1784) (...more)
    27 May 2016 at 6:52pm       

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  • Gentle World

    50 posts in the feed.

    "Gentle World's core purpose is to help build a more peaceful society, by educating the public about the reasons for being vegan, the benefits of vegan living, and how to go about making such a transition. Toward that end, Gentle World has served as a clearing house of information for the past 30 years, helping children, teens and adults embrace a lifestyle that incorporates their values."

  • Which Will We Choose?
    We human beings are a complex, multi-faceted species. The consciousness that motivates us is a dichotomy in which a battle rages between the violent, angry, unreasonable, selfish, jealous, greedy, cruel part of our nature and the gentle, compassionate, kind, reasonable, just, empathetic, generous part. Whichever part we choose to nurture is revealed, (...more)
    7 Jul 2016 at 10:30pm       

  • No Going Back
    Lyra Alves, Belgium (Brazilian living in Belgium for 15 years) I was brought up in a very carnivorous environment in Brazil. My father strictly made sure my brother and I ate all kinds of foods. I remember my brother crying, looking at his food on the table, saying that the chicken on his plate was […] (...more)
    7 Jul 2016 at 9:43pm       

  • A Feeling of Home
    We hear the words ‘unconditional love’ quite often, but we seldom experience it, except in the kind of love we receive from dogs. Have you ever had a dog inquire about your level of education, or your place of employment? They have no interest in your political or religious affiliations, or what your sexual orientation […] (...more)
    8 May 2016 at 9:10pm       

  • Inspiration from a Vegan Nurse
    I’m a vegan nurse and I am also 65 years of age. Becoming vegan at 50 makes me a very late starter. I am vegan for ethical reasons, recognising that animals are beautiful, thinking, feeling creatures just like us. I am also a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. As an ex-farmer, I have done many years penance and grieving for the animals (...more)
    8 May 2016 at 9:07pm       

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  • Abolitionist Approach Blog

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    Gary Francione discusses and explores various aspects of the idea that we ought to abolish, and not merely regulate, animal exploitation. His blog promotes ethical veganism and creative, non-violent vegan education as the primary forms of activism to move toward the abolition of animal use.

  • Advocacy Tip: Judge Action, Not Individuals
    You cannot have a useful discussion intended to change the behavior of another if you approach that other person as someone who is evil. That’s just common sense. So always make sure that the person with whom you are talking understands that you are focusing on the immorality of animal exploitation as an institutionalized practice […] The (...more)
    6 Jul 2016 at 7:10am       

  • The Importance of Veganism in Economically Deprived Communities
    In economically deprived communities in the United States, health problems hit people harder than they do in other places because, despite Obama Care, there is still a tremendously inequitable distribution of health resources. Therefore, it becomes even more important to educate people in those communities about how animal foods are harming them, (...more)
    6 Jul 2016 at 7:01am       

  • Animal Ethics: Simple Common Sense
    Many animal advocates seem to think that if you deliver a vegan message to someone who is not willing to go vegan immediately, that person won’t do anything at all. These animal advocates conclude that we should, instead, promote cage-free eggs, crate-free pork, and reducetarianism. On what is this assumption founded? Common sense tells us (...more)
    6 Jul 2016 at 3:57am       

  • Guest Essay: Dear Vegan Feminists, Where Are You? An Open Letter
    This essay was originally post on Ecorazzi.com. A troll appeared and posted a number of problematic messages. The matter was reported to Ecorazzi and they removed the post for the time being until they return from the Chicago Vegan Food and Drink Festival. In the interim, the essay is available here. ********************************** Dear Vegan (...more)
    23 Jun 2016 at 2:29pm       

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  • Free From Harm

    30 posts in the feed.

    Free From Harm is a great resource for anyone curious about or already committed to animal rights. They write on lesser known news items, humane education, animal rights, and bring attention to the myths of "humane meat.

  • Psychology and Long-Term Goals in Vegan Advocacy
    A wealth of research in the field of motivation demonstrates the importance of long-term goal setting. Importantly, goals need not be easy to attain in the short-term. In fact, the underlying premise of the widely studied and empirically supported “Goal-setting Theory”, is that specific and difficult goals lead to greater behavioral change. Continue (...more)
    26 Jun 2016 at 10:00am       

  • The Matrix as Metaphor for Animal Advocacy
    The question I have grappled with for years now is: how can this conditioning work so well on so many of us for so long? This question is central to the film, The Matrix, which asks us to question what we’ve been taught, to separate what is illusion from what is real, what is oppression from what is freedom. Continue reading → (...more)
    20 Jun 2016 at 10:22am       

  • 10 Mothers On Why They’re Saying NO To Dairy
    As someone who researches the dairy industry regularly, I have observed over the last few years a distressing surge in pro-dairy messaging from an increasingly visible and vocal sector of animal agriculture: female dairy farmers, many of whom are also … Continue reading → (...more)
    6 May 2016 at 7:36am       

  • Does Saying Humans Are Omnivores Justify Eating Animals?
    A common objection to veganism is the statement, “Humans are omnivores.” Yet, being an omnivore neither requires us to eat animal products nor does it dismiss our moral obligation to minimize the suffering we cause other animals by way of the food choices we make. Continue reading → (...more)
    5 Apr 2016 at 11:58pm       

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  • Our Hen House

    40 posts in the feed.

    "Our Hen House produces resources that you can use in order to find your own way to change the world for animals. Using video, audio, interviews, reviews, and the written word, it provides daily updates on what you need to create change. Changemakers come in all shapes and sizes -- artists, grassroots activists, academics, lawyers, students, business moguls, media darlings, etc. No matter what your niche is, Our Hen House aims to give you what you need to be part of a new world for animals." - Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan, the hens of Our Hen House

    Our Hen House also has a Podcast and a TV Show.

  • For the Love of Otis: Owning Your Journey and Fueling the Fire for Change
    Laura Handzel is certainly not the only kid to have their first “go-vegan” spark of inspiration from their local 4-H club, and will most likely not be the last. That’s why we’re excited to re-publish her article today for #ThrowbackThursday! This […] (...more)
    16 Jun 2016 at 2:00am       

  • Schadenfreude, Defensiveness, and Those Who Rebel
    Using social psychology research as a tool to change the world for animals is becoming increasingly common, and we’re excited to have published Helen Kinsel‘s example of such use before it was gaining widespread attention. So here it is again on […] (...more)
    19 May 2016 at 2:00am       

  • Getting Over My Nerves Long Enough to Participate In My First Protest
    Whether you’re a newbie vegan or seasoned animal advocate, it’s always a great idea to expand your repertoire of activism. In this #ThrowbackThursday article, Alison Mercer shares how she did just that by participating in her first protest. This article’s originally appeared […] (...more)
    21 Apr 2016 at 2:00am       

  • Making Vegan Friends
    Here at Our Hen House, one of the things that we pride ourselves on is providing a supportive community base for vegans to strengthen their commitment to changing the world for animals. Today’s #ThrowbackThursday post from Nicole Feuerstein highlights the importance […] (...more)
    31 Mar 2016 at 2:00am       

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  • The Thinking Vegan

    10 posts in the feed.

    "The Thinking Vegan focuses on ethical veganism as a social justice movement, as opposed to a dietary plan, and covers issues related to the use of animals for food, clothing, entertainment, scientific research, labor and pets. We feature articles, reviews, ideas, interviews with thinkers and doers in the vegan/animal rights community, guest posts, and a thinking vegans take on newsworthy events. Regular features include The Thinking Vegan Consortium, where vegans engaged in different forms of activism answer the same question to show a diversity of perspectives, and The Thinking Vegan Pop Quiz, where we ask our Facebook community a question and post a selection of responses."

  • Microsanctuary Movement Seed Grants for farmed animal care
    Almost two years ago, we found out about the work of Justin and Rosemary Van Kleeck, who were building a new approach to farmed animal rescue and care. We were so impressed by their philosophy, and so determined to help The post Microsanctuary Movement Seed Grants for farmed animal care appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. (...more)
    28 Mar 2016 at 12:22pm       

  • Jasmin Singer: Always Too Much and Often the Exact Right Amount
      Our Hen House is one of our favorite resources for activists and vegans. Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan are multimedia queens, with a weekly podcast (more than 320 weeks without a break), plus single-issue podcasts on vegan cooking and The post Jasmin Singer: Always Too Much and Often the Exact Right Amount appeared first on The (...more)
    14 Mar 2016 at 6:42pm       

  • Vegans are Feeling the Bern. And the Clint. And the Trump??
    Recently an animal activist – a Facebook connection I respect – realized she had vegan friends in the U.S. who plan to vote for Donald Trump. You may also know some. Do you quietly unfriend those people? Loudly unfriend those The post Vegans are Feeling the Bern. And the Clint. And the Trump?? appeared first on The Thinking Vegan. (...more)
    25 Feb 2016 at 10:34am       

  • “In the pit of my stomach, I’ve come to realize, the moment of betrayal is far worse for the humanely raised individual than those raised on a factory farm”
    Six-time Emmy winner Allison Argo has made animal- and nature-themed films (including Parrot Confidential) for more than 20 years, for PBS, National Geographic, and other broadcast outlets. Her work has won more than 100 awards internationally, and exposed worldwide audiences The post “In the pit of my stomach, I’ve come to realize, (...more)
    6 Oct 2015 at 9:20am       

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  • My Face Is On Fire

    25 posts in the feed.

    My Face Is on Fire focuses on abolitionist vegan education, animal rights issues and the misrepresentation of veganism in pop culture or mainstream media.

  • On Misguidance
    (This was taken from a January 18 post on the My Face Is on Fire Facebook page. I'm posting it here because I encountered something similar again late yesterday evening, which left me sad again at... (...more)
    25 Feb 2016 at 7:32am       

  • On Absence from Blogging
    I've been talking about blogging with a friend whose advocacy I've respected for a long while. I've had more than a few people ask me why I haven't been writing for the last year. It's weird looking... (...more)
    10 Oct 2015 at 9:51pm       

  • Veganism is Ethics in Action
    Striking at the Root I've seen a few people on social networking sites post this recent article by Ginny Messina, aka The Vegan RD. It's called "Preventing Ex-Vegans: The Power of Ethics" and... (...more)
    12 Jul 2015 at 7:42pm       

  • How Not to Be an Annoying Vegan?
    College Education Fail?  Hot on the heels of her article from November called "How to be a vegan without being annoying", Castleton State College's The Spartan's own staff writer Jorah McKinley... (...more)
    30 Jan 2015 at 5:29pm       

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