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How Art Can Help Us Imagine a Cruelty Free World

Carolyn Merino Mullin, director of the National Museum of Animals & Society and contributor to Defiant Daughters and The Art of the Animal, has an article on Animals Asia about the role of art in social justice.

We Animals Review

The Journal for Critical Animal Studies has published an in-depth review of Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals.


Ethicist Lori Gruen (and author of Entangled Empathy) has a piece on Al Jazeera America about the killings of Samuel Dubose and Cecil the Lion, and intersectionality. "Protesting against one injustice doesn’t mean you privilege it over another."

Interview with Alycee Lane

Ashland Center for Nonviolence posted a wonderful interview of Nonviolence Now! author Alycee Lane.

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Where Spirit and Action Meet
Sep 10, 2015

Alycee Lane, author of Nonviolence Now!, will participate in a panel at ABC Home about the role of Buddhism and spirituality in the struggle for racial justice. Thich Nhat Hanh was instrumental in Dr. King's decision to speak out against the Vietnam War. When Dr. King was assassinated, Thich Nhat Hanh vowed to redouble his efforts to build the Beloved Community they had discussed together and to continue teaching the importance of "being peace" in the non-violent struggle for peace and justice. This event is part of the Miracle of Mindfulness Tour.

Brooklyn Book Festival
Sep 20, 2015

We'll be at the festival again celebrating the event's tenth year. Come to our borough and say hello!

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