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It seems Impossible, but I guess I’m a vegan purist

By on April 18, 2018

I never really thought of myself as a vegan purist. Being an ethical vegan for the last 11 years, I always considered myself just a vegan, doing the bare minimum of trying to do the least harm possible in regards to nonhuman animals.

Thinking out loud with Julie Gueraseva, LAIKA magazine

Thinking out loud with Julie Gueraseva, LAIKA magazine

By on May 16, 2013

Attention sophisticated thinking vegans: meet your new BFF, LAIKA. The recently debuted quarterly magazine has the glossy and stylish look and feel of a popular fashion mag – without the fur, leather, feathers, cosmetic cruelty, Kardashians, and other atrocities typically

Consumer choice alone isn’t sufficient to create a vegan world

Consumer choice alone isn’t sufficient to create a vegan world

By on August 28, 2011

Recently chicken farmers and meat processors were bailed out by the U.S. government, to the tune of $40 million dollars, for the purchase of chicken carcasses. Chicken producers are having a rough time these days with the combination of higher

Interview with Dr. Carol Glasser

Interview with Dr. Carol Glasser

By on August 10, 2011

  It doesn’t matter whether Carol Glasser is at her computer or behind a bullhorn—as long as she is acting with purpose to directly and positively affect the world around her she considers the day a success. She received her