Today I leafleted again at York. Handed out 650 booklets – about half Your Choice and half Compassionate Choices – in 2-3 hours! Also recruited some new leafleters 🙂 What a fun and easy method of activism. It feels great. … Continue reading
*According to scientists at the World Bank, animal agriculture produces 51% of all man-made greenhouses gases, which is more than all forms of transportation combined and tripled.*Animal agriculture uses 1/3 of all raw materials and 1/3 of all fossil fuels … Continue reading
Butterflies Katz, who runs the blog Veganism: A Truth Whose Time Has Come, recently hosted a short essay writing contest called “Why I Will Always Be Vegan.” My essay was one of the 50 winners! Here it is: Why I … Continue reading
“As the name ‘live-stock’ suggests, lives brought into the factory farming system are made into commodities, and it takes quite the process to convert a living being into a thing.”
Read all about it here: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/the-life-of-a-factory-farmed-cow/
Be sure to check out the resources under the video for more information!
By Jane Legge
Eat the creatures killed for sale,
But never pull the pussy’s tail.
Eat the flesh from “filthy hogs”
But never be unkind to dogs.
Grow up into double-think —
Kiss the hamster; skin the mink.
Never think of slaughter, dear,
That’s why animals are here.
They only come on earth to die,
So eat your meat, and don’t ask why.
“Life is such a precious gift and I feel grateful for every day that I’m here. I’m vegan because I don’t want to contribute to ending the lives of others who want to be here just as much as I … Continue reading
From Rainforest Action Network: “The life cycle and supply chain of domesticated animals raised for food have been vastly underestimated as a source of green house gas emissions (GHGs) and in fact account for at least half of all human … Continue reading