The Joys and Benefits of Living Compassionately and Healthfully. In Other Words: Vegan.
Fake Meats, Finally, Taste Like Chicken – New York Times

Fake Meats, Finally, Taste Like Chicken – New York Times Such a fantastically positive article. Tell them so! Here’s my letter: “Thank you for you article about “fake meats.” I’m a vegan author, food ethicist, and animal advocate, and I talk often about how our desire for animal-based meat...

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Compassionate Fashion

I get a lot of questions from both men and women about finding compassionate clothing and shoes made without animal skins, fur, hair, or other body parts(!) – that are both fashionable as well as affordable. Today, I share my thoughts about why it costs a little more to...

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Livestock industry hinders California’s water conservation

Guest commentary: Livestock industry hinders California’s water conservation Editorial for Contra Costa Times ‘Opinion’. Published: March 2014 Colleen Patrick-Goudreau reflects on our use of water as a limited resource. By Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Via the newly signed Farm Bill, the Obama administration is offering $100 million to bail out the...

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Where’s Colleen? Berkeley, CA!

Conscious Eating Conference in Berkeley, CA You are cordially invited to attend United Poultry Concerns’ Twelfth Annual Conference on the topic of ‘Conscious Eating’. Join Colleen for an inspiring and information-packed lecture (From Excuse-itarian to Vegan) that provides responses to everything from “I don’t have time to chop vegetables”...

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Benji: My Gateway Film into Animal Advocacy

My love of film began when I was very young and my parents took me to the movies every Friday night. Granted, some of the films I saw were incredibly inappropriate for my age (and I share one in particular with you), but I’ll always be grateful for seeing...

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