Jo-Anne McArthur's work on the We Animals project never stops. This interview shares photos that do not appear in the book.
The Christian Vegetarian Association's newsletter reviewed Kim Stallwood's Growl: "Stallwood identifies four key values to animal rights: compassion, truth, nonviolence, and justice. His book is largely an exploration of how these values apply to everyday advocacy. He also identifies five stages (which often overlap) of social movements: public education, public policy development, legislation, enforcement, and public acceptance. Animal advocates often focus on public education, in part because it does not require any compromise of values. In contrast, any successful legislative action requires compromise, which might seem to undermine core values."
View this beautiful documentary featuring Jane Goodall, Lori Gruen (author of Entangled Empathy), and the residents of Chimp Haven.
We're delighted to see Brooklyn College's article on Namulundah Florence's book on Kenyan environmentalist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai.
Lori Gruen, author of Entangled Empathy, writes about Ringling Bros. decision to stop using performing elephants in 2018, on Al Jazeera America.
Two important books by Carol J. Adams are back in print: Neither Man nor Beast and The Pornography of Meat. They'll soon be available as ebooks, too.
Breeze Harper, author of Sistah Vegan, is interviewed on Vegan Nation about her current projects.