Animal Writes
From 29 June 2003 Issue

Website of Note

Today [June 27th] the website of Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc. (RPA) -- the nonprofit organization I recently founded -- went online. I hope you will visit the site at your next opportunity. Here is the URL:

RPA shows leaders how to establish responsible policies for animals that are also responsible policies for human beings and ecosystems. An example is our first campaign, described in detail at the site: 10,000 Years Is Enough, aimed at ending the teaching of animal agriculture at universities.

Since the billions of dollars in corporate welfare to the animal industries from university animal-agriculture programs support cruel practices in the industries and the industries are extremely harmful to human beings and ecosystems, we decided 10,000 Years Is Enough would make an ideal first RPA campaign. And we are developing others.

At, you can read brief descriptions of the work RPA has already done on the 10,000 Years Is Enough campaign; see the news coverage the campaign has already received, including significant animal-industry reporting and letters we have published; read the RPA factsheets already circulating; get an idea of future RPA efforts; and more.

I have always wanted life to be wonderful for all human and nonhuman animals, and I believe it can come close when humans make sound choices. It is in that spirit that I founded RPA and invite you to visit our website.

Best wishes,

David Cantor
Executive Director
Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc.
P.O. Box 891
Glenside, PA 19038
[email protected] 

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