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Animal Ethics outreach activities

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During the last few months, Animal Ethics has been carrying out many outreach activities. We have been leafleting and tabling regularly spreading the word about respect for all sentient beings in different countries. In April, Animal Ethics tabled at the Texas VegFest in Austin, and made lots of new friends and colleagues interested in helping us in surrounding cities and as far away as Houston. On May 1, we were also present at San Francisco Bayview & Dogpatch Sunday Streets event. During the next few months we plan to be tabling at other events in the San Francisco Area... Read more
 

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Speciesism FAQ

Speciesism, the law, and wild animals

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Animal Ethics materials available

What is veganism?

We can all oppose harming animals

Speciesism is unjustified

 

Speciesism favors humans at the cost of harming nonhuman animals. If we believe justice requires impartiality, then we cannot accept speciesism as being just.

Individuals that have a capacity for positive or negative experiences can be harmed or helped by our actions. Ecosystems and biocenoses cannot.

 

The problem of consciousness

 

To be conscious is to be able to have some kind of subjective experience or awareness of something. In addition to humans, many nonhuman animals are conscious.


Animal Ethics, Inc. is approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Animal Ethics’s Federal Identification Number (EIN) is 46-1062870.

We are a Spanish foundation too. Donations are tax deductible according to Spanish legislation. Fiscal Identification Code is G27818780.

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