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Is Veganism a Religion?

by Dr. Will Tuttle

IDA invites you to read this column on our Sustainable Activism Blog, “Is Veganism a Religion?” by guest blogger Dr. Will Tuttle, international speaker and author of “The World Peace Diet.” Question: Is veganism a religion? And what can we do about all the divisiveness and infighting that seems to characterize our movement? Some people […]

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Trapped Animals Represented

by Web Team

Lawsuit Filed Against the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commission Recently, we told you about an exciting lawsuit that has been filed by two courageous Nevada residents, Mark Smith and Don Molde, against the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners. The lawsuit argues that these officials have failed to protect so-called “non-target” animals, including wild and companion […]

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Count Your Joys!

by Hillary Rettig

Why an Animal Activist Life is the Very Best Life This summer we shared two posts discussing how emotionally and socially challenging animal activism can be. You’ll find them here and here. The interesting thing is how many activists persevere despite these challenges. Some of this surely comes from a desire not to abandon animals […]

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Dog Meat and the Catholic Church of South Korea

by Robin Dorman

There is a newly awakened fervor about the Catholic Church in South Korea. In February, the Archbishop Andrew Yeom Soo-jung of Seoul had the high honor of becoming one of 19 new cardinals, joining the College of Cardinals at the consistory in Rome.  He promised to “make efforts to realize Pope Francis’ vision of a […]