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Truth or Drought Ⓥ
A science-based grassroots campaign making the undeniable connection between animal consumption and environmental breakdown.
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A Well-Fed World May 22
Today is , or . Our food choices have a huge impact on earth's . In fact, animal agriculture is now implicated as the greatest driver of wildlife habitat loss & species extinction globally.
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Free from Harm May 22
Today is , aka . Did you know that meat and dairy production are now recognized as the single greatest driver of wildlife habitat loss and species extinction globally? Learn more:
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Truth or Drought Ⓥ May 22
Animal farmers usually outsource the killing. Since various gross betrayals of trust are inherently part of animal farming, those responsible use dishonest psychological "distancing devices" as described by author James Serpell to cope with their feelings of guilt and remorse.
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Lewis Bollard May 21
Three quotes below are from: - a pork industry lobbyist to CBS - a "family farmer" to WaPo - a "farmer" to NYT In each case, no animal welfare rep was even interviewed. Why are running pork PR firm's talking points?
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A Well-Fed World May 21
"Some of the most thoughtful people I know find ways not to give the problems of animal agriculture any thought..." But "if you care about the working poor, about racial justice, and about , you have to stop eating animals."
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Jessica Scott-Reid May 20
Whether you’re a meat-eater or animal lover, the sheer waste of both resources & lives being exposed during this time should give us all reason to pause & to call for re-evaluation of a protein production system that is not working. Me for :
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Nicholas Carter May 20
We need to question everything we think we know, no matter how experienced. Everyone has bias but I'll read just about anything sent to me. Just blocked by Michael Mann for sharing science on methane/mitigation. The inability to have a dialogue about agriculture needs to change
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Free from Harm May 19
While like the are tragic, they are not inevitable, but are symptomatic of a much deeper sickness whose toxic consequences can now be seen across the globe. Killing is killing us:
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Million Dollar Vegan May 19
A pig's natural lifespan is 15-20 years, but these smart, sentient beings are not allowed to live beyond 4 months, because it's "inconvenient" and "unprofitable" If this is "humane," then we've lost our . Fight for our humanity by going .
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Brain On Hugs Ⓥ May 19
Why do most otherwise progressive people still maintain such regressive beliefs about non-human animals? If they can understand that one isn’t made superior by their race, gender identity, ability etc., why can’t they understand *the same exact thing* about species membership?
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Western Watersheds May 15
“The Park Service shouldn’t be putting the entire visiting public at risk for contracting a serious zoonotic disease just so they can extend a handful of commercial cattle operations that should have moved to private lands years ago.”
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Truth or Drought Ⓥ May 15
Like other oppressive mindsets, speciesism creates an insidious alternate reality in which we can blame the victims (when we bother to consider them at all) instead of the victimizers.
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Brain On Hugs Ⓥ May 14
Vegans asked millions of times: “What will happen to all the farmed animals if everyone goes vegan?” Nonvegans asked zero times: “What will happen to all the farmed animals if nonveganism causes a zoonotic disease pandemic that shuts down slaughterhouses?”
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Million Dollar Vegan May 12
Unless we start reporting on the true cause of this and its implications for , we’ll never be able to take the steps necessary to prevent the next outbreak. - of
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Million Dollar Vegan May 12
When a "personal choice" kills millions globally, it is no longer about freedom: it's about responsibility. Choose benevolence by going to 👉 👏 Dr. Michael Greger via
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Krista Marie May 6
idk why everyone is so worried about meat shortages, I thought all non-vegans only all eat local free range organic hand cut humane backyard grass-fed beef they got from their uncle’s farm
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H!SENBERG May 10
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Sentient Media May 9
As brings about food shortage fears, it's time to address a startling fact: over 80% of the world's soybean supply is fed to farmed animals, not humans. Lorelei Plotczyk of says it's time to reform our food system & reclaim soy.
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Brain On Hugs Ⓥ May 8
All these years people have been asking vegans what they would do if they were stuck on a desert island when the question should have been what would nonvegans do if they were stuck on a planet ravaged by the consequences of animal exploitation.
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