Posts Tagged ‘ Mark Hawthorne ’

What the Reviewers Say – A Vegan Ethic

Nov 23rd, 2017 | By

“Concise, accessible, and informative, A Vegan Ethic reminds us that compassion is not divisible, and neither should our activism be. Mark Hawthorne’s empowering book explores why and how we can achieve social justice goals by working together and treating ourselves and others with compassion and respect. (And don’t miss the helpful question-and-answer section!)” —Carol J. Adams, author of The Sexual Politics

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Ten Ways You Can Help Humanity with Vegan Ethics

Apr 25th, 2017 | By

by Mark Hawthorne Ten Ways You Can Help Humanity Never tolerate sexism, racism, homophobia, bullying, or any other forms of discrimination. If you’re in the company of someone who uses a homophobic slur or tells a racist joke, for example, speak up and let them know how you feel. Write to a prisoner of conscience,

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Striking at the Roots, Mark Hawthorne

Feb 1st, 2017 | By

The power to act for animals – to work for change on behalf of the voiceless – is within all of us. It does not require a vast amount of knowledge, although understanding the abuses animals suffer will make you more effective. Activism does not demand a lot of time, either: you can make a

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10 Ways to Help Rabbits

Oct 5th, 2016 | By

by Mark Hawthorne (First published on Striking at the Roots blog site) Domestic rabbits—cherished for their playful, gentle natures—are skinned for their fur, blinded to test cosmetics, bred for show, drugged for science, clipped for wool products, pulled out of magicians’ hats, killed in vivisection labs, sold as food for pet snakes, and raised and shipped

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