law

Our Legal Advocacy Interns & Externs: In Their Own Words

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Each law school semester — spring, summer and fall — Animal Outlook’s Legal Advocacy Program hosts two to four law students as externs or interns to work with us using the legal system to fight the systemic injustices of factory farming.  Our interns and externs work under the direct supervision of our attorneys and play a vital role, contributing meaningful …

Raised & Rooted Tyson

VICTORY: Tyson Raised & Rooted Plant-Based Line is ACTUALLY Plant-Based Now — And It’s Expanding

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In 2019, Tyson claimed to officially enter the plant-based arena when it announced the launch of its new “plant-based” and “blended” protein line. But once the Raised & Rooted items hit store shelves, compassionate consumers were disappointed to learn that not only did the “blended” burger still contain cow meat, but even the “plant-based” nuggets still contained eggs. In December …

Mother's Day

Thinking About the Meaning of Motherhood For All This Mother’s Day

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Each Mother’s Day, I think about both my own experience as a mother and the way our society treats the mother-child bond for so many non-human moms. To me, the essence of motherhood is both strength and vulnerability, with the celebration of new life and all of its promise and need for nurturing to realize its potential. Mothers and children …

Gunda

“Gunda” Director Viktor Kossakovsky Interview With Animal Outlook’s Erin Wing

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Viktor Kossakovsky, director of the breakout hit documentary Gunda, speaks with Erin Wing, Animal Outlook’s deputy director of investigations about the making of the film, his childhood experiences that inspired him to stop eating animals when he was just four years old, and much more.  Experiential cinema in its purest form, Gunda chronicles the unfiltered lives of a mother pig, …

aquaculture

Muddying the Waters: Aquaculture’s Plague on Welfare, Environment & Health

jenny Animals, Investigations, Outreach, Veg Eating 1 Comment

Aquaculture is a rapidly growing form of food production, but that’s not a good thing for animals, the environment or consumers. Aquaculture involves the farming of aquatic animal and plant species. In 2016, global aquaculture raised roughly 110.2 million metric tons of fish for food. As a grim testament to the magnitude of animals slaughtered in industrial aquaculture, the United …

green

St. Patrick’s Day: Go Green For Animals And The Planet

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While you may not be able to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year by dressing in green and visiting your local Irish bar for a pint of green beer, you can still celebrate by going green for animals and for the environment by leaving animals off your plate. Skip the traditional Irish dishes that rely heavily on factory farming and …

International Women's Day

Celebrating International Women’s Day, Animal Rights Style

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International Women’s Day, Animal Rights Style In a movement often called a “boy’s club,” Animal Outlook is proud to be a women-led animal rights organization. Our president, Erica Meier, has been involved in animal protection since college and, in 2013, was honored with the prestigious Animal Rights Hall of Fame award. Our executive director, Cheryl Leahy, joined Animal Outlook in …