...does such a thing exist?! Well it turns out, yes it does! Continuing my journey into the world of vegan and cruelty-free beauty, it has definitely been a learning curve so far. Almost exactly a year ago, I posted my first blog about cruelty-free cosmetics (check out 'The World of Cruelty-Free Cosmetics') and since then I've … Continue reading Vegan, Cruelty-Free Hair Dye That’s GOOD for Your Hair?!
Rebecca Fox is another speaker that will be appearing at VegFest London’s Vegan Activists Summit on Saturday 22nd October. Rebecca is part of the team behind the blog Reasonable Vegan (www.rvgn.org) - ‘Promoting skeptical inquiry in vegan spaces, confronting irrationality everywhere.’ I caught up with Rebecca this week, and here’s what she had to say … Continue reading Vegfest London Countdown – Vegan Activists Summit – Rebecca Fox
Yesterday I attended another Essex Pig Save vigil at Cheale Meats, Brentwood, to bear witness to pigs on their way to slaughter. We were joined by Bite Size Vegan, Vegan Revolution and The Vegan Activist, along with a whole host of dedicated animal activists who came to offer compassion to the pigs who were being … Continue reading Essex Pig Save Vigil with Emily from Bite Size Vegan
So as the countdown to Vegfest London continues, this week I got to talk to Marta Zaraska - Science Journalist and author of 'Meathooked'. 'Meathooked' takes a look at the human obsession with meat, and questions why humans eat meat at all. So I decided to find out a little more about what exactly Marta will … Continue reading VegFest London Countdown – Vegan Activists Summit – Marta Zaraska
On Sunday 28th August, Essex Pig Save and Animal Equality joined forces to show the people of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, the truth behind animal agriculture. Essex Pig Save have held a number of successful vigils over the past few months, I wrote about the first one outside Cheale Meats in Brentwood here. The aim of the … Continue reading Essex Pig Save & Animal Equality Outreach Event
On Wednesday 24th August, the two-day trial that has been highly anticipated for over a year, gaining worldwide news coverage and public attention, finally began as Anita Krajnc, co-founder of Toronto Pig Save, appeared in court. With dozens of animal rights activists gathered outside the courthouse, and every major news channel from Canada in attendance, … Continue reading UPDATE – #PigTrial Puts Animal Agriculture on Trial
#pigtrial I had the amazing opportunity to visit Toronto a few weeks ago and be part of the Toronto Save vigils. I'll be writing more about this soon, but as I'm still on my travels, I just want to briefly let everyone know about a really important trial coming up. Anita Krajnc is the co-founder … Continue reading Compassion is not a Crime – Toronto Pig Save Co-Founder’s Trial