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activist, author, former political prisoner

An open letter to new vegans

Camille Marino December 11, 2018 Dear New Vegan – Congratulations on taking this first step in your journey of conscience and responsibility. I’m sharing with you what I wish someone had shared with me 11 years ago. Too many of us had to learn the hard way and the animals simply don’t have time to…
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The Controversial Basics of Changing Human Behavior

An adorable meme making it’s way around social media Camille A. Marino October 24, 2018 Animal Liberation is the only social justice movement in which the oppressed have no voice in its trajectory. This condition needs to be embraced if we ever hope to secure any degree of the ultimate objective. I can’t know with…
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Non-violence and other delusions inside a culture of death

“For me, nonviolence was not a moral principle but a strategy; there is no moral goodness in using an ineffective weapon.” -Nelson Mandela Camille A. Marino April 24, 2018 Not surprisingly, as ethical vegans we are largely guided by our ethics; almost imprisoned in our own little box of moralizing while strategy and effectiveness pound…
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The only thing wrong with threatening an abuser is not following through!

These individuals want to give home-schooling classes in how to murder sheep and carve up their bodies correctly. But they’re just a little disturbed that vegans have threatened to kill their daughter. Boo-hoo… by Jonathon Ammons (Courtesy of Mountain Express) It’s around 3 a.m. in Natalie Bogwalker’s small home at her Weaverville permaculture school, Wild…
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