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Circles of compassion : essays connecting issues of justice

Author: Will M Tuttle
Publisher: Danvers, MA : Vegan Publishers, [2014]. ©2014.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Will M Tuttle
ISBN: 9781940184067 1940184061
OCLC Number: 898923229
Description: 319 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Connecting the dots / by Carol J. Adams --The Circles of Compassion vision / by Will tuttle --
Beyond humanism, toward a new animalism / by David Cantor --
No innocent bystanders / by Angel Flinn --
Why compassion is essential to social justice / by Katrina Fox --
A woman, a cat, and a realization / by Beatrice Friedlander --
In the doing and the being / by Lori B. Girshick --
Social responsibility, reflexivity, and chasing rainbows / by Rachel Alicia Griffin --
Eating animals and the illusion of personal choice / by Robert Grillo --
Carnism : why eating animals is a social justice issue / by Melanie Joy --Social justice, sincerity, and sustenance / by Lisa Kemmerer --
Mother Corn, Father Pumpkin, Sister Bean / by Rita Laws --
Until every belly is full / by Keith McHenry --
Slavery. It's still a thing / by Christopher-Sebastian McJetters --
Hunger, meat, and the banality of evil / by Dawn Moncrief --
Animal rights equal human rights : domesecration and entangled oppression / by David Nibert --
Building an animal advocacy movement for racial and disability justice / by Anthony J. Nocella II --
Our lifeline revealed through the eye of justice / by Richard A. Oppenlander --
A hunger for justice / by Lauren Ornelas --
Veganism : a path to non-violence --
Climate change and injustice everywhere / by Sailesh Rao --
Injustice everywhere / by Anteneh Roba --
Becoming a vegan feminist agitator / by Marla Rose --
How we hinder children to protect them / by Ruby Roth --
Connecting the dots on dietary choices / by Richard H. Schwartz --
Looking behind the curtain to the hidden side of justice issues / by Kim Sheridan --
The gay animal : a personal exploration of interconnections / by Jasmin Singer --
Animal rights as a social justice issue / by Gary Smith --
Confronting the saboteur within : advancing a consciousness of compassion / by Jo Stepaniak --
Unrecognized roots of injustice and the vegan transformation / by Will Tuttle --
The MOGO principle for a peaceful, sustainable, and humane world / by Zoe Weil --
Going forward / by Will Tuttle.
Responsibility: edited by Will Tuttle, PhD.

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