As a vegan who typically is surrounded by and interacts with fellow vegans, I take for granted how difficult it can be to manage interactions with nonvegans. I became acutely aware of this challenge on a recent trip to the middle-of-nowhere in Maine with my omnivore family. Throughout the week-long vacation, I experienced many ups… Read more »
Preconceived Notions We all know the stereotype: hipster vegans wearing designer sunglasses and over-priced vintage tees, drinking kale and pomegranate fresh-pressed juices while strolling to the local vegan café, which serves elaborate dishes, such as “crabless” crab cakes and “bleeding” veggie burgers, stopping to fawn over every animal and talk about what beautiful beings they… Read more »
This was a letter to the editor of the York Daily Record written by Joe Kirkenir We at Animal Advocates of South Central PA promote a compassionate and healthy vegan lifestyle, which aligns with our values of nonviolence and respect for all living creatures. There are countless statistics that show how impactful refraining from animal-based products… Read more »
By Jasmine Taylor Being a Mom I love being a mother. I went through so much between pregnancy, delivery and postpartum, but it was all worth it for me to just be with my kids and watch them grow. I couldn’t imagine having to go through all of that, and then have someone tell me… Read more »
We will be at the Lush store in Park City, Lancaster! We will have free food samples, virtual reality videos, and information. Come see us!
ARGathering 2018 is a conversation about the intersections of animal rights. The organizers of this event, are hoping to disrupt the mainstream narrative, build a stronger identity, and promote intersectional organizing.
2017 was an intense year for us at the Animal Advocates of South Central PA. We started the year off learning that our Lush Charity Pot grant had been approved. We worked on the grant during the last few months of 2016 and submitted it in the middle of December. The news was amazing, and… Read more »
Join us for our upcoming book club meeting! Our book for the June meeting is Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? by Frans de Waal.
In the green, sunny meadow, Amanda Clark kneels and readies her camera. She will attempt to capture a perfect moment, if it presents itself. Thirty feet away, a female cow is turned away from Amanda, her brown and white spots catching the sun’s rays like mocha flax. As beautiful as the cow’s coat is, Amanda is waiting… Read more »