The Road to Anti-Consumerism is Paved in Downcycled Shoes: A Call for Personal Responsibility for the Planet

While there may be no ethical consumption possible in a capitalist society, there is much we can do as individuals to mitigate environmental destruction that also reduces economic transactions, helps us more easily feed our families, and strengthens communities to boot. I

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Report from a Massive Frontline: Animal Rights Movement Flourishing

Animal (the kingdom of which humans are a part) liberation is a cause I find to be intrinsically socialist. The struggle for justice includes animals as oppression does not spare them. If the animal rights movement’s waves are any indicator, these practices

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Got Milk-Drinking Feminism? Nope: Why the Dairy Industry is Incompatible with Feminism

Women’s rights, including that of their reproductive systems, have come a long way.  Waves of feminism have come through history, beginning with the Suffragettes.  Ecofeminism, in the 1980s, was the first to identify with the oppression of farmed animals. It wasn’t until

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