What would life be like if vegans ruled the world, and what is their (our?) plan for global domination? How does a suburban Paleo diet aficionado feed himself? What does it feel like to fail at being an omnivore? And does eating tofu necessarily result in a gruesome, certain death? These questions and other even stranger ones are answered with a mixture of snarky hilarity and heartfelt inspiration over the course of 32 essays from the popular blog VeganFeministAgitator.com written by satirist Marla Rose. This collection is sure to delight and comfort any vegan who gets frustrated by the unwillingness or inability of their friends, family or coworkers to accept their cruelty-free lifestyle
This inspirational collection of personal stories from many of the most eloquent, passionate and intellectually progressive voices in today's growing Animal Rights movement challenges widespread perceptions of our relationship with animals and ourselves.
The issues most important to us converge at our human ecology. Our human ecology consists of our relationships with and between other people, other species, our institutions, and the physical environment -- between us and our external environment.
From the first hominids who hunted woolly mammoths to today's factory farms and bio-engineering labs, The Longest Struggle: Animal Advocacy from Pythagoras to PETA tells the story of animal exploitation and the battle for animal justice.
Matt Ball and Bruce Friedrich take the plight of the world's animals seriously and have dedicated their lives to ending their suffering. The Animal Activist's Handbook argues that meaning in life is to be found, quite simply, in turning away from the futile pursuit of 'more,' and focusing instead on leaving the planet a better place than you found it.
Animal activists shine a bright light into the dark recesses of factory farms, vivisection labs, fur farms, product-testing facilities and animal 'training' complexes. Striking at the Roots: A Practical Guide to Animal Activism brings together the most effective tactics for speaking out for animals.
The animal liberation movement is growing in size and strength, but so are the industries that exploit animals. These industries have vastly more resources at their disposal than activists do. Given this tremendous power differential, how can activists hope to compete?
H. Jay Dinshah eloquently explains the ethical reasons for veganism. Over forty vegan luminaries tell how they were influenced and inspired by Jay. Anne Dinshah encourages readers to explore ways to promote positive action for a compassionate world. Foreword with the Campbell, Esselstyn, and Robbins families.
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