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Dr. +Roger Yates  adds some historical context to the ideas behind the abolitionist approach, and reminds us of the significance of the work of the original abolitionist - Tom Regan.
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Dr. +Roger Yates  adds some historical context to the ideas behind the abolitionist approach, and reminds us of the significance of the work of the original abolitionist - Tom Regan.

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Animal rights philosopher, and "one of fifty visionaries who are changing the world" (Utne Reader), Professor Tom Regan delivered this inspirational keynote address to a rally in Los Angeles in April 1988. Tom's speech, titled "The Sword of Justice, The Torch of Reason", is still considered by many to be "The greatest animal rights speech ever given".
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In this NEW ARZone interview we speak with Nick Cooney about his new book, How To Be Great At Doing Good, how the animal movement can benefit from the ideas in his book, about surveys and much more.
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In this NEW ARZone interview we speak with Nick Cooney of +MERCY FOR ANIMALS  about his new book, How To Be Great At Doing Good, how the animal movement can benefit from the ideas in his book, about surveys and much more.

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Dr. Richard Oppenlander explains how our continued choice to eat sea animals has cascading effects on other sea life. We are taking the food supply away from other animals in the oceans - which is killing those animals and destroying the oceans. It is no longer an issue of "overfishing" - it is an issue of fishing. 
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Dr. +Roger Yates  adds some historical context to the ideas behind the abolitionist approach, and reminds us of the significance of the work of the original abolitionist - Tom Regan.
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Animal rights philosopher, and "one of fifty visionaries who are changing the world" (Utne Reader), Professor Tom Regan delivered this inspirational keynote address to a rally in Los Angeles in April 1988. Tom's speech, titled "The Sword of Justice, The Torch of Reason", is still considered by many to be "The greatest animal rights speech ever given".
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Animal rights philosopher, and "one of fifty visionaries who are changing the world" (Utne Reader), Professor Tom Regan delivered this inspirational keynote address to a rally in Los Angeles in April 1988. Tom's speech, titled "The Sword of Justice, The Torch of Reason", is still considered by many to be "The greatest animal rights speech ever given".

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In this NEW ARZone interview we speak with Nick Cooney about his new book, How To Be Great At Doing Good, how the animal movement can benefit from the ideas in his book, about surveys and much more.
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Dr. Richard Oppenlander explains how our continued choice to eat sea animals has cascading effects on other sea life. We are taking the food supply away from other animals in the oceans - which is killing those animals and destroying the oceans. It is no longer an issue of "overfishing" - it is an issue of fishing. 
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Dr. Richard Oppenlander explains how our continued choice to eat sea animals has cascading effects on other sea life. We are taking the food supply away from other animals in the oceans - which is killing those animals and destroying the oceans. It is no longer an issue of "overfishing" - it is an issue of fishing. 
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Animal Rights Zone (ARZone) exists to help educate vegans and non-vegans alike about the obligations human beings have toward all other animals.
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ARZone exists to help educate vegans and non-vegans alike about the obligations human beings have toward all other animals.  By providing a space for a variety of blog posts, forum discussions, notes, videos and more, ARZone fosters a sense of community among its members. Through live online chats as well as through recorded audio podcasts with a diversity of people who work both within and outside of the animal advocacy community, ARZone supports respectful and rational discourse and intelligent dialogue about the most pressing issues facing us today.

ARZone is dedicated to seeing an end to the violence committed against all others, with a particular focus on nonhuman animals.  ARZone is opposed to speciesism, and all other “isms” that seek to divide rather than unite.  ARZone is committed to non-violence, recognition of and respect for basic rights, and ending the commodification of all sentient beings, nonhuman as well as human.

While ARZone does not necessarily endorse or promote the views of each of its members, guests and forum participants, ARZone does endorse and promote creative education efforts.  We cannot form honest opinions about that which we do not understand, and we cannot understand that which we do not carefully consider.