An essay focusing on the first few decades of the original Vegan Society.
Animal rights, vegan
Changing the way we think about eating animals.
Collectively Free is an activist community that works towards the abolishment of the exploitation and consumption of non-human animals through highly creative and non-violent actions, by changing the culture of speciesism, and uniting communities.
Advancing animal advocacy through intellectual and artistic expression.
An Examination of the Morality of Eating Animals
Resource for farmers transitioning to plant-based agriculture.
Empowering animal advocates with access to the research, analysis, and strategies that maximize their effectiveness to reduce animal suffering.
Free legal and media support for small animal advocacy organizations.
Promoting farmed animal rescue, education and advocacy.
According to the best evidence: our bodies.
A guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals, and the planet.
Bringing the end of exploitating animals into the mainstream through multi-media production.
In Defense of Animals' Sustainable Activism Campaign offers emotional and spiritual resources for animal activists via workshops, teleseminars, and retreats.
A clear approach to animal rights based on veganism.
Facilitating a grassroots movement of abolitionist veganism around the world with the recognition of the moral personhood of nonhuman animals.
Drawing on peer-reviewed research, worker and rescuer testimony and meeting the farmed animals themselves, The Ultimate Betrayal explores the recent shift in labeling animals processed for food.
Spreading the word about nonviolent abolitionist veganism and helping redirect money away from animal exploitation industries.
Providing marketing solutions to vegan businesses.
Providing grants to vegan activists to support their outreach efforts.
Help a new generation to love deeply, think critically, and act responsibly.
Striving to end atrocities animals suffer every single day.
An explanation of "Carnism," the psychological phenomenon behind why certain types of meat are eaten while others are rejected.