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Lorraine Chow

Pope Francis Offered $1 Million to Go Vegan for Lent

Pope Francis is being challenged go vegan for Lent in exchange for a $1 million donation to a charity or charities of his choice. The aim of the Million Dollar Vegan campaign—led by 12-year-old activist Genesis Butler of Long Beach,… Continue Reading →

A Record 250,000 People Participated in Veganuary

As you might already know, Earth really needs us to eat less meat. That’s why it’s so encouraging to hear a record-number of people tried going vegan this January. Organizers behind Veganuary, the UK-based charity that started the month-long pledge,… Continue Reading →

Tyson, Perdue Recall More Than 120,000 Pounds of Chicken Nuggets Combined

All those chickens! Every time we get these massive meat recalls I think of the poor animals that died for no reason. This month, two of the nation’s largest chicken companies, Tyson and Perdue, have together pulled more than 120,000… Continue Reading →

Some Trapped Lacking Snow Plows, Food or Health Care, Indigenous Are Suffering From Government Shutdown

Tribal communities across the country are disproportionally reeling from the effects of the partial government shutdown, now in its 21st day. As detailed in a sobering report from The New York Times, the Chippewa in Michigan are losing $100,000 a… Continue Reading →

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