People miss all kinds of things when they turn vegan, from cheese to bacon to leather shoes. In my weaker moments, I certainly pine for animal flesh in various forms and wish I could find affordable half-decent vegan dress shoes. What vegan hasn’t had that one dream where they go back to the “good old… Read more »
Blue skies and sunshine. Tan lines and festive drinks. Everyone loves a backyard cookout, but while most people are throwing burgers and dogs on the grill, how do we vegans participate? Welcome to the world of compassionate grilling!
April 22 marks a very special day, Earth Day, and this year is the 49th anniversary.
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 »
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.
This meeting is our 4th Harvest Vegfest planning meeting. Anyone who would like to be involved with Vegfest is welcome to attend.
So you’re vegan as f*ck and you want to take a great vacation but think it will be hard to eat and travel. Well WRONG!! Not only is being vegan possible virtually everywhere one would travel, it is often a lot easier than in the United States. I am, by no means, an expert on… Read more »