IntroductionIn the last post, I described some of the reasons how and why the animal and veg*n movement(s) are alienating to people of color. In summary, U.S. vegans present themselves as middle-class, single-issue activists who think they have the one truth which all others should accept, yet, dismiss other humans’ struggle against their own oppression as marginal. Not only do they avoid race by

Source: H.E.A.L.T.H.

More on ecology:

  1. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (review)
  2. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (part 4)
  3. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (part 5)
  4. MN professor eviscerates Monckton in must-see video – TVMOB’s talk proves "how easy it is to fabricate data."
  5. The Identity Politics of Breasts: Male Lactation and the Political Economy of Wo/Man (part 3)