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The welfarist vs. abolitionist debate is a waste of time


“One of the statements that depresses me most is when vegans who were long-time vegetarians say, “I just didn’t know.” As animal liberationists, it is our duty to make sure people know. It is our duty to speak the truth, … Continue reading

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Why giving up is not an option


I received a post from a fellow activist recently that this was going to be her last action with us and this really bothered me in the sense that she obviously expressed burn out but also despair in her comments. … Continue reading

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INTELLIGENCE OF THE HEART


It always strikes me as odd that, otherwise educated people, can be so ignorant (or indifferent) about the plight of animals or human beings in misery. It is as if being educated makes you intolerant and ignorant instead of intelligent. … Continue reading

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VEGANISM IS ABOUT INCLUSION


I have had this blog on my mind for quite some time. But I finally decided to write it because I see something that really bothers me just continuing. I always considered (particularly after reading The World Peace Diet) that … Continue reading

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VEGAN BOOTCAMP


What is the Boot Camp about: In order to deliver an effective message, Vegans have to, not only be educated about all the issues pertaining to Veganism and Animal Rights, but also develop an attitude of confidence and speech skills. … Continue reading

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