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Archive of posts published in the tag: Jennifer Winograd

Brave: A Review of Welcome Home

My wife and I wrote a book that will have plenty of frenemies, but few…

Up at Daylight

Jennifer and I have launched Up at Daylight, a podcast which explores animal rights and…

Welcome Home

 An Animal Rights Perspective on Living with Dogs & Cats I am pleased to announce…

Are Coconuts Vegan?

It seems like a silly question, since a coconut is a fruit (technically, it’s a drupe), but…

Resisting the Revisionist History of Bay Area Forests

By Jennifer Winograd The most effective way to destroy people is to deny or obliterate their…

Direct Action Everywhere: Stop Embracing Dog & Cat Killers

Updated January 17, 2017 A Letter to the Leadership, Activists, & Supporters of Direct Action…

Did an Abused Monkey Pick Your Coconut?

Where there is a profit to be made on the backs of non-humans, those backs are strained and often broken.

Where Are They Supposed to Go?

Squirrels, raccoons, opossums, birds, and all the other animals who make the forests of the San Francisco East Bay their home rely on trees for shelter, cover, safety, shade and the ecosystem the trees create which allow their food sources to grow.

Welcome to Piedmont Stumps

Plan to Decimate East Bay Forests Scheduled to Begin This August