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Effective Advocacy Presentation in Seattle

It was my pleasure to give a talk on Effective Vegan and Animal Rights Advocacy in the Seattle Area. The talk was hosted by the Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN) and several local meetup groups. Thanks to Barb, Gloria, Rachel for working to make this happen. And thanks to everyone who came. I’m a bit reluctant…

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An Introduction to Veganism

Veganism is a way of living. The word vegan was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson, founder of The Vegan Society. Being vegan is a “way of living which seeks to exclude — as far as possible and practicable — all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.”1“History |…

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Presentation for Animal Action Network in Denver

After hanging out in Boulder for a few days, it was a pleasure to give my  Introduction to Veganism presentation in Denver. Many thanks to Ann and Peter with Vegan Life Colorado and Animal Action Network for hosting, getting out the invites, and setting up all the equipment and such. And thanks to Cheri of…

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Presentation for Birmingham Vegans

I gave another Introduction to Veganism talk at the Vestavia Public Library, hosted by the Birmingham Vegans. I spoke for about one and a half hours, followed by a lively Q&A and discussion session that lasted for about the same length of time. This is such a rewarding form of activism, especially when you are told…

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Presentation for Darwin’s Tavern

I enjoyed giving the Introduction to Veganism talk to a small group at last night’s Darwin’s Tavern meetup in Birmingham. There was a lot of interest and we had a lively discussion afterward. Thanks to Lucina and Chris for inviting me and preparing vegan kitchari for the main dish, and all the non-vegans and vegans who brought a…

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An Introduction to Veganism (Presentation)

This presentation is for those curious about veganism or new to veganism, as well as for seasoned vegans who want to learn more. The talk is designed to influence non-vegans to give it a shot, to strengthen the ethical resolve of health-motivated vegans, to bring vegetarians to ethical veganism, and to provide a broad overview…

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“It’s OK to eat animals if we treat them well while they’re alive. ” To Do

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“Vegans have depression and other mental conditions since they are short on animal trypophan necessary for serotonin.” To Do

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