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In Defense of Cecil The Lion’s Killer
The killing of Cecil the lion by American dentist Walter Palmer has created a worldwide uproar of disgust, anger, and indignation. But how different are Palmer’s actions from the everyday actions of the majority of the world’s population?Read more about In Defense of Cecil The Lion’s Killer
Vegans In The Middle Ages | The History of Veganism Part Two
Were vegan principles and practices shaped by the rise of major world religions during the Middle Ages? Learn about the interplay of Christianity, Islam, Buddhism & secular ethics.Read more about Vegans In The Middle Ages | The History of Veganism Part Two
How Many Animals Do We Kill Every Year?
The numbers in this video are shocking. We are great at counting calories, measuring profits, quantifying just about anything. But when it comes to knowing our impact on other beings, we fall short. How many animals do we eat every year?Read more about How Many Animals Do We Kill Every Year?
Vegans In Ancient Times | The History of Veganism Part One
How far back does veganism reach? Is veganism a modern-day invention, or were there vegans in ancient times? In this first edition of The History of Veganism series, we start from the very beginning.Read more about Vegans In Ancient Times | The History of Veganism Part One
Is Hunting More Ethical Than Factory Farming?
Is hunting more humane than factory farming? Does the method by which an animal is killed effect the ethics of their death?Read more about Is Hunting More Ethical Than Factory Farming?
Is Deer Hunting Necessary for Population Control?
One of the most cited justifications for hunting is that it’s necessary for managing out-of-control deer populations. When you go even just below the surface of this hunting myth, it’s painfully evident that deer hunting itself is responsible for overpopulation issues.Read more about Is Deer Hunting Necessary for Population Control?