Dana Ellyn’s talent shined through at a young age, though growing up, she was quiet and reserved – until about age 30. Looking at her extensive portfolio, it’s clear she found her voice. Her paintings have powerful stories to tell and opinions to profess. Her work can be more accurately described as colorful, creative critiques of social norms – questioning …
There are 52 weeks in a year. Why not make at least one of them meat-free? That’s the idea behind COK’s US VegWeek campaign, which launched in 2009 thanks to the inspiration of Maryland State Senator Jamie Raskin. Sen. Raskin was the first lawmaker to sign our 7-Day VegPledge, proudly noting that his participation helps “align my morals with my menu.” His …
Vegan pizza-lovers everywhere just breathed a collective sigh of envy with the news that Domino’s pizza (yes, the franchise chain with more than 10,000 locations worldwide) just added a meat- and dairy-free pizza to its menus throughout Israel. This isn’t just a “hold the cheese” pizza, either — it comes fully-loaded with soy cheese and vegetable toppings.
This past Sunday, Los Angelinos flocked to the Animal Advocacy Museum in Pasadena, California to hear from — and meet — some of their favorite vegetarian authors at the first-ever LA Vegan Book Fair, hosted by Compassion Over Killing.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending and participating in Paris Vegan Day, an international celebration of plant-based eating in France! Now in its fourth year, I was thrilled to be asked to present cooking demonstrations at this ever-growing festival.
This video will break your heart — no graphic imagery required. World-renowned artist Banksy took to the streets of New York City’s meat-packing district last week with a unique and powerful new mobile installation titled “The Siren of the Lambs.” This ominous artistic creation is a “slaughter-bound truck” loaded with animatronic stuffed animals who are seemingly screaming in fear as squeaks and squeals emit from the display while it’s driven around.
You’ve probably been hearing the buzz and soon you’ll get to see what the rave reviews are all about: the award-winning documentary The Ghosts in our Machine may soon hit US theaters in select markets.
COK’s new all-volunteer Los Angeles Outreach Coordinators Tabitha Phillips and Rachel Rothstein both recently graduated college — and they both ran successful vegan clubs on campus in Georgia and rural Maryland, respectively.
After hearing a presentation about Marketing Our Message by COK’s Erica Meier during the National Animal Rights Conference this past summer, the amazing volunteers at St. Louis Animal Rights Team (START) took the information to heart and hit the ground running as soon as they got back home.