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  • My Happy Exploitation Label is Better Than Your Happy Exploitation Label - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    includes Temple Grandin who was given an award by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for being a Visionary You know it s so darn difficult to keep all of these happy labels straight I ve written about these labels many times before see 1 2 3 4 for a few And no less a luminary than Peter Singer father of the animal rights movement on behalf of himself and every large animal protection organization including HSUS PETA Compassion Over Killing Mercy for Animals Vegan Outreach etc expressed appreciation and support for the pioneering happy exploitation program of Whole Foods Why with all these happy labels endorsed by all these animal advocates it s apparently the case that the only animals who aren t being exploited in a happy way are those who have the American Humane Certified Humane label So American Humane had better get on the butter ball as the animals whose corpses bear their happy label are not as happy as the animals whose corpses bear the labels of these other animal advocates even though American Humane has Temple Grandin a PETA Visionary developing their happy standards You can t make this stuff up If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts A Most Misleading Label Animal Welfare Regulation Happy Exploitation and Speciesism A Response To PETA s Position On Happy Or Humane Exploitation The Happy Exploitation Partnership Partners in Exploitation Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share

    Original URL path: http://www.abolitionistapproach.com/happy-exploitation-label-better-happy-exploitation-label/ (2016-05-02)
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  • CNN Interview on The Andre Robinson/King Case - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts Andre Robinson King the Cat and Our Confused Thinking About Animal Ethics More on Andre Robinson Kicking Cats and Consuming Animal Products More on Michael Vick Andre Robinson and Animal Abusers Interview on Brian Oxman Show Philosophy Bites Audio Interview on Abolition Published Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan

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  • New York Times Debate on the Legal Rights of Animals - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    in Biomedical Research A Moral Justification Debate on Animal Rights with Libertarian Philosopher Tibor Machan Professor Francione Delivers Keynote Speech at the 2013 DePaul University College of Law Event Animals as Food The Legal Treatment of Animals in Contemporary Agribusiness and Factory Farming October 30 2013 Commentary 21 The Animal Rights Debate the Abolitionist Approach Discussion Forum and a Response to Nicolette Hahn Niman Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan

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  • Andre Robinson, King the Cat, and Our Confused Thinking About Animal Ethics - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    will track animal abuse as a separate crime the New York City Police Department has taken over responsibility for animal abuse complaints and the Brooklyn DA is using the case to make a statement to folks who think that they can just abuse any type of animal This is all laudable but it is nonsensical We are a society that abuses billions of animals for no good reason whatsoever We excuse ourselves by pretending that people like Robinson are abusers and the rest of us are really humane and care about animals We do this repeatedly Remember football player Michael Vick People hate him to this day for engaging in dog fighting Vick liked to sit around the pit watching dogs fight The rest of us like to sit around the summer barbecue pit roasting the corpses of animals who have been treated every bit as badly as Vick s dogs Remember Kisha Curtis who gained international condemnation for throwing her emaciated dog Patrick down a trash chute in Newark New Jersey Patrick is still used as a symbol by those who claim that we must pursue animal abuse more aggressively All of these cases have resulted in an overwhelming online response and a good deal of it involves the expression of overtly racist comments just as stories about the eating of dogs and cats in China or Korea or the killing of dolphins in Japan result in comments that those people are barbaric made by people who have no problem exploiting pigs cows chicken and fish And every day Animal Care and Control in New York City kills healthy cats often 30 or 40 a day The Robinson case presents an opportunity for us to examine our fundamental views about animal ethics Otherwise this is just about fetishizing dogs and cats or demonizing those whom we arbitrarily designate as barbaric If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione ADDENDUM Here is the interview I did on the Michael Smerconish Show on CNN It was aired on October 4 2014 Here is my New York times essay on the subject Here is my New York Daily News on the subject ADDENDUM October 17 2014 Unfortunately some animal advocates continue to use unfortunate and racially charged language to criticize Robinson For example on a Facebook page devoted to the King matter someone commented on Robinson s pimpish I m the man attitude click to enlarge That is shocking When I pointed it out another animal advocate responded that she disagreed that the comment was racist stating perhaps the person shouldn t have used the word pimpish but you did not see his demeanor nor his mother s in court click to

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  • Video of Rutgers Conference: "Animal Ethics: Abolition, Regulation, or Citizenship?" - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    Michael C Dorf Robert S Stevens Professor of Law Cornell University Gary L Francione Board of Governors Professor Distinguished Professor of Law and Nicholas deB Katzenbach Scholar of Law and Philosophy Rutgers School of Law Newark Will Kymlicka Professor and Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy Queen s University Canada David Nibert Professor of Sociology Wittenberg University Gary Steiner John Howard Harris Professor of Philosophy Bucknell University Thanks to the Rutgers IT folks and Vincent Guihan we have the conference available for you to watch on video If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts Animal Ethics Abolition Regulation or Citizenship Upcoming Debate Abolition vs Regulation Commentary 22 A Discussion on Abolition vs Regulation with Robert Garner My Plenary Talk Audio at the Animal Rights 2013 National Conference Philosophy Bites Audio Interview on Abolition Published Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There

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  • The Vegan Society: "Corporate Partners" With "Sustainable" Animal Agriculture - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    a donation from Triodos or anyone else No money is clean My point is that The Vegan Society ought not be Corporate Partners with Triodos and the idea that the The Vegan Society logo is attached to the bank is deeply disturbing If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts I Brought The Vegan Society Into Disrepute I Insisted That The Vegan Society Be Vegan The Vegan Society is a Proud Partner With Vivisectors Partners in Exploitation You Can t Make This Stuff Up Vegan Society Ambassador Claims That Promoting Veganism as a Moral Baseline Damages Animals The Vegan Society You Decide Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer of Advocacy and Policy Rejects Veganism as

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  • The Vegan Society: You Decide - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    be vegan to love vegan trainers You don t have to be vegan to love vegan ice cream We know that we need to be inclusive and non judgemental if we are going to encourage and support large numbers of people to go vegan and stay vegan deBoo justifies the shift from veganism as a moral imperative to a focus on getting people to buy products that have The Vegan Society Trademark As we receive no government funding the vast majority of our income is generated by our Vegan Trademark registration scheme Having more vegan products registered with the Vegan Trademark achieves three things it gives people more confidence when shopping for vegan products it shows companies and retailers that the vegan market share is growing and it funds The Vegan Society s charitable work From Watson s vision of veganism as a moral imperative to deBoo s vision that You don t have to be vegan to buy products that have The Vegan Society Trademark and not being judgemental about the exploitation of animals Watson in 2002 We don t know the spiritual advancements that long term veganism I mean not over years or even decades but over generations would have on human life It would be certainly a different civilisation and the first one in the whole of our history that would truly deserve the title of being a civilisation Full stop Vegan Society Ambassador Fiona Oakes in 2014 Veganism is not for everyone and not probably for very many people Oakes BBC Radio U naltered I know what I think But it s for you to decide If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to

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  • Speciesism in a Nutshell - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 1 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 3 The Modern Animal Novement in a Nutshell 4 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 5 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 2 Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer of Advocacy and Policy Rejects Veganism as a Moral Baseline Animal Kill

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