Within the world of vegan activism and education, there exists ample, ample debate about which methods, individuals, and tactics are the most effective, and which are ineffective or even damaging. One of the most divisive issues is the use of graphic footage imagery. (read more + resources)

One of the more frequent questions I receive from potential, new, and long term vegans alike, is what to do about employment. How do you find a vegan job? What if your current place of employment conflicts with your values? Well today I’ll give you some basic pointers and a boatload of additional resources so you can stop working for The Man and start working for The…Vegan…Man… (read more + resources)

I can’t believe it’s been a year. Sometimes I still think I hear you. I feel like I was holding you just yesterday. People said it would get better, that time heals all wounds. But I don’t think a lifetime is long enough to get over you. (read more + resources)

At the depths of it, the reason most people won’t go vegan is the same reason that vegans can’t understand why most people won’t go vegan.

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Every year, the President of the United States pardons two turkeys from being slaughtered for Thanksgiving.[1] But what most people don’t realize about this supposedly lighthearted tradition is that the majority of pardoned turkeys die within a year of their pardon.[2][3][4][5][6][7] [tweet this]

And this year, as in several times before, the two presidential turkeys will come from my state—Iowa.[8][9] [tweet this] Two days ago I was at a turkey slaughterhouse in Iowa, where over 20,000 turkeys a day are killed.[10] They were terrified. Sitting in the cold for hours upon hours. Covered and feces and sores. One with a growth the size of a basketball on her chest. I stayed with them for hours and streamed footage live to the channel to share their stories on the last day of their lives. You can see those videos here(read more + resources)