What does a high school graduate of 50 years ago say to this year’s high school graduates? Here’s what I said at the Alumni Banquet for my school to this year’s seniors. No surprise: it’s about activism.
i have decided not to accept speaking engagements at conferences if DxE is also on the platform. The major reason is that I believe it works as a cult. I don’t want to be the draw that brings a vulnerable person to an event to hear me, and they become introduced to DxE.
am once again making my blog available to someone in the animal rights movement who for many reasons must stay anonymous. I am confident about this information. Please note, there is some triggering information contained within it. If we don't have justice for women in this movement, we aren't going to have a movement. That means organizations and activists must take the topic seriously. Thanks to all who are speaking up.
we think it’s important to financially support organizations run by women of all races, people of color of all genders. and to name them explicitly. We have received numerous requests for a list of tax-exempt, farmed animal protection organizations run by women.
This guest blog explores the attitudes found in our non-profits that create a climate for not challenging sexual harassment. These conditions, and some can be called micro-aggressions, include preventing speaking out, encouraging overwork and other employment issues that undervalue the individual, and fetishizing leadership.
This is one of a series of guest editorials I will be hosting here on my blog. As we confront the extensiveness of sexual harassment and exploitation in our culture, it is important for us to recognize how it specifically influences the animal rights movement, and those who are activists for animals. This guest editorial was written by and for women in the animal protection movement who need and deserve a voice. It is being published anonymously for the protection and safety of those who want to share their perspective and experiences.