For animals, Bernie Sanders is the best choice
If you care about animals, the answer is clear: You should vote for Bernie Sanders.
I’ve been taking photos of birds!
Pardon my lack of updating. It’s been a hectic past few months. In that time I have rekindled my love for photography, and after renting a number of different lenses for my […]
Animal Law 2019: Legislation to Follow [UPDATED 7/16]
With thanks to the National Link Coalition‘s newsletter, I present a selection of legislation that animal advocates may want to be following. The legislation summaries are courtesy of the National Link Coalition, […]
The #WhyIDitchedDairy campaign was a HUGE SUCCESS!! [Updated at 7 PM]
What I wanted to do for this Twitter campaign #WhyIDitchedDairy was to bring the vegan community together and spread awareness about the cruelty of the dairy industry. We already use the #Februdairy hashtag […]
NONHUMAN RIGHTS AND WHY HAPPY THE ELEPHANT SHOULD BE GRANTED LEGAL PERSONHOOD AND IMMEDIATELY RELEASED TO A SANCTUARY #AnimalLaw #AnimalRights #IStandWithHappy
A friend of mine who is a vegan activist and artist, Michael, reached out to me with a great idea – to create a tweet thread explaining the significance of the Nonhuman […]
Interview with Deirdre Franklin (Pinups for Pitbulls) on her new book & more!
In 2005, Deirdre ‘Little Darling’ Franklin founded Pinups for Pitbulls (PFPB), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate the public, raise awareness, and fight against pit bull breed discrimination. Why pit […]
Animals and the Law: Spotlight on Protection Orders
Note: Help for Abused and Battered Women, via helpguide.org If you need immediate assistance, call 911 or your local emergency service. For domestic violence helplines and shelters, click here. If you’re a […]
My Interview With the Filmmakers of “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”: Animal Agriculture’s Devastating Impact On Our Planet
There is one single industry destroying the planet more than any other, and yet the world’s major environmental organizations do not want to discuss it. The upcoming documentary film “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability […]
Perdue Employees Walk Out in Protest of Unsafe Working Conditions During Coronavirus Pandemic
Citing low pay and unsafe working conditions, Perdue employees join the growing General Strike movement in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic.
Animal Law Update: NYC Park’s Proposed Ban on Feeding Birds and Squirrels
Earlier this year, NYC Parks proposed a prohibition on feeding birds and squirrels. As detailed on the site, The Statement of Basis and Purpose of Proposed Rule reads: NYC Parks proposes to amend […]
Happy Birthday, Central Park! Some photos I’ve taken of the park over the years.
In honor of Central Park’s birthday, I tweeted on my personal account a few of my favorite photos that I’ve taken of Central Park. As I wrote in a previous post about […]
No, Foie Royale at Waitrose is not “guilt-free” or “very ethical”
I’m writing this in response to the recent Daily Mail article, “Waitrose sells ‘guilt-free’ foie gras that avoids force feeding geese by making the delicacy in a lab using the livers of […]
Book Review: Where Oceans Hide Their Dead
I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Where Oceans Hide Their Dead in exchange for an honest review. Oceans is the follow-up to The Tourist Trail, and like its predecessor, delivers […]
Today in Animal Law: Let’s help pass Intro 1425: The Carriage Horse Heat Relief Bill!
Recently, animal advocates had cause to celebrate: Starting on March 1, NYC carriage horses will no longer be forced to stand on the 59th Street hack line alongside traffic and car exhaust […]
The Paw Report has gotten a makeover!
Hi readers! I hope you’ve been well! As I get back into regularly posting on my site, I thought it would be nice to change up the layout. I made a new […]