|Ten Signs that You’re Grasping at Straws When Arguing with a Vegan…
you say that plants feel pain, you are grasping at straws. When you say
that your ancestry or your ethnic background makes it necessary for you
to eat animals, you are grasping at straws. When you say that you give
thanks for the animals you eat, you are grasping at straws.
10 Questions: Vegan Rockstar Edition with The Meaty Truth co-author Amy-Lee Goodman
Author Amy-Lee Goodman
has dedicated her life to letting the world know about the myriad
benefits of veganism as well as the shocking – but all too real –
consequences of animal agribusiness to our health, the environment and
billions of animals’ lives.
How to Honor All Mothers...
first thing that I learned after becoming a mother is that not
everything always goes according to plan. The second thing I learned is
that once you become a mother, part of your heart lives outside of your
body, which makes us profoundly vulnerable. How could we be indifferent
to that vulnerability once we know?
10 Questions: Vegan Rockstar Edition with Main Street Vegan Victoria Moran
longtime vegan, a bestselling author of twelve books, podcaster,
inspiring speaker and co-founder of a school that actually trains and
certifies vegan ambassadors through her groundbreaking Main Street Vegan Academy, Victoria Moran is a veritable firecracker of vibrant vegan energy and goodwill.
The trouble is, you think you have time.
what the animals are up against, we could never do enough to help them.
There aren’t enough hours in the day or days in a lifetime. Knowing how
hard it is to actually make a perceivable difference, it’s no wonder we
distract ourselves with silly tangential arguments on Facebook and
berating one another over semantics when, if we had some modicum of
unity, we could create much more collective change for the animals.
10 Questions: Vegan Foodie Edition with Doron Petersan of Sticky Fingers Bakery
A longtime animal advocate and lifelong food enthusiast, Doron Petersan has successfully combined these twin passions in her ahead-of-its-time bakery and café, Sticky Fingers Bakery,
in Washington, D.C., which opened in 1999. At a time when people were
still trying to figure out exactly how to pronounce the word, Doron and
her team were slinging decadent vegan treats with a disarming nostalgic
aesthetic that blew people’s minds and had them lining up for more.
Patriarchy and Eating Animals: Why Violence has No Place in the Vegan Movement
don’t have to spend a lot of time on social media to see how pervasive
the culture of glorifying violence against those who eat and harm
animals is in the vegan community. It’s not something I see people
acknowledging much, but there it is, every day, in comment threads
regarding everything from intentional cruelty to the often-mindless act
of eating animals.
10 Questions for the director of Free From Harm Robert Grillo
13 Reasons Why I Am No Longer a Vegetarian
10 Questions for the Commander-In-Chief of the Girlie Girl Army, Chloé Jo Davis
Vegan Snark Attack!
10 Questions for cooking instructor and cookbook author Jennifer Cornbleet
Knock a leg from the meat industry's tripod
10 Questions: Vegan Foodie Edition for PhD and Cookbook Author Ricki Heller
Against Non-Human Animals: How Language Shapes Our Worlview
10 Questions for the Vegan RD, Ginny Messina
20 Years Vegan: How to Age Without Regret
10 Questions: Vegan Rockstar Edition with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau
How to go vegan without really trying
10 Questions for Bite Size Vegan founder Emily Moran Barwick
Introducing Do Good & Be Seen in 2015
10 Questions for journalist and author Mark Hawthrone
The Disgruntled Alphabet 2014
10 Questions for vegan mom and TV star Mayim Bialik