|Enewsletter • November 7, 2002|
Earlier this week, we had the last box of the current Why Vegan? sent out from the printer. We are closing in on our goal to be able to print the new Why Vegan? You can see campaign updates here. There is still time to have your contribution matched!
Help the animals! Help us print more copies of the new Why Vegan?
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New Why Vegan?
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Thanks! Your support makes a difference!
The Vegan Outreach office will be closed from November 23 to November 30.
Illinois Activist Alert
Marsha Forsman and Joe Espinosa, two of the most active Why Vegan leafleters in the country, have saturated some of their normal places to leaflet (University of Illinois at Chicago being a main one), and are now looking for more opportunities within 150 miles of Chicago. If you are interested in working with them, drop them an email! (They don't own a computer, so won't reply right away.)
Positive election news
We can convince the public to reject cruelty to animals!
"To help Virginia poultry farmers recover from the summer-long outbreak of avian influenza, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture will provide $51 million. The spread of A.I. throughout the state led to the slaughter of approximately 4.5 million chickens and turkeys."
Seattle's KIRO-TV Airs Series on Downer Cows
I ordered a Starter Pack to use to persuade
others to veganism. I am proud to say it worked for three of my
fellow classmates, including a cheerleader. She is considering
veganism. If it weren't for your website, hundreds of animals would've
died because of her. She is burning copies of "Meet Your Meat"
to show to her friends. Hopefully they influence other students.
Your website is most likely more effective in spreading veganism.
Thank you very much. Thank you for dedicating your lives to animals.
I just wanted to let you know that we really
appreciated those resources. My students read through the two pamphlets
you sent while enthusiastically noshing on (vegan) falafel and
hummous. Many were more than a little sickened by the pictures
- it's always funny to me how little city kids know about where
their food comes from.