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Feature for Saturday, October 23: Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash
Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash (Indian Style)...
Sweet and sour butternut squash (Indian style) served over a bed of brown basmati rice is a deliciously spicy vegan recipe that will serve four adults as a main meal. Preparation time is about 15 to 20 minutes, and cooking time is about 30 to 40 minutes.


Feature for Friday, October 22
swimming with Dolphins
When 'Selfless' Becomes 'Selfish'—The Dark Side of Loving Animals...
Does our dream of holding a cub, swimming with a dolphin or owning an elephant trump their right to live their lives with their friends or families? Is our desire to connect more important than their than their right to be left in peace?
Entertainment Abuses Articles


Feature for Thursday, October 21: cat and wig
Foundation for the Animal in the Law (Stiftung für das Tier im Recht TIR) Partners with British Activist Kim Stallwood...
The recognition of animal personhood, including moral and legal rights for animals, is one of the greatest challenges in human history.
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies / Litigation Articles


Feature for Wednesday, October 20: Bear Mack
All-Creatures Newsletter, October 21, 2021...
Not “just” a Sparrow, it’s Flappy! – vegans are awakening the sleeping giant of religion – the debut of EarthStream: streaming platform supporting non-profits – fireworks as an example of speciesism - celebrating OctoBEARS – facing abuses, we must keep making the rainbows real – a new Elephant sanctuary welcomes the first resident – why lab-grown meat is not inevitable – sweet baby Lisa - ten years of Vegucation – hunt official found guilty of breaking Hunting Ban law – why kākāpō have survived – and more... Weekly Newsletters


Feature for Tuesday, October 19: fireworks
Fireworks; harmless fun or wanton destruction?...
A volley of deafening noise and lights that seared the sky, echoing in the silence of a frosty night. The polluting stench of gunpowder hung in the air. I wonder how wild creatures survive in the bitter cold. Do they hide? Do they huddle together in whatever shelter they can find? The world that we are ruining belongs to them, every bit as much as it belongs to any other species, our own included. With their survival balanced so precariously, this terrifying disruption to whatever peace or rest they had managed to find may have cost some of them their lives.
Entertainment Abuses Articles


Feature for Monday, October 18: Kakapo
8 Good Environmental News Stories You Might Have Missed...
A few good-news items you may have missed. These aren’t necessarily resounding successes — we still have a long way to go on all fronts — but they illustrate that hard work and persistence can pull us back from the brink just as greed and indifference can push us toward it.
Wildlife Articles

Feature for Sunday, October 17: Lamb of God
Vegan Tipping Point...
Vegan tipping point is when there are a sufficient number of vegans in the world to tip the balance of this corrupt world into becoming vegan and ending the horrible pain, suffering, and death inflicted upon billions of animals every year. Based upon our history of being vegan for more than 30+ years, when most people didn’t even know the word vegan or know what it meant, to the present time when it has become commonplace, connected with all the new vegans and vegan products, indicates to us that we are moving closer and closer to the time when we have a real vegan tipping point.
An Bible Sermon
[Photo of Krishna, rescued lamb, courtesy of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]


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