IntroductionIn part 1 of the Privilege series, I examined a particular case of when vegan outreach goes wrong (i.e. the public juxtaposition of images in which "animals" and people of color are being oppressed) and discussed how such tactics generally alienate people from the cause rather than welcoming them into it. In part 2, I delved into the issue of race relations a bit more by discussing

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

More on ecology:

  1. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (part 3)
  2. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (part 5)
  3. Privilege: The U.S. Vegan Movement, Whiteness, and Race Relations (review)
  4. Communicating Science to Diverse Audiences: A Case Study
  5. The Virginia Statute