please spread the word…In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act…ACTION (Activists Committed to Interrupting Oppression Now)is proud to announce our 1st annualGET OUT THE VOTE Poster Contest(Deadline: June 16, 2014)Winning submissions will be displayed throughout our communityto encourage people to register & vote.
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Never fear, vegan Easter is sweet! You can get vegan marshmallows and easter candy. You can make Devilish Potatoes (via Mercy for Animals) instead of deviled eggs, dye and hunt for vegan eggs, or make a vegan Easter basket. Start some seedlings for a spring garden or plant a tree or flower bulbs.
Easter is supposed to be a celebration of renewal and new life, and is often celebrated in a very child-centered way. Rather than objectifying and exploiting rabbits, chickens, cows, pigs, and other animals, why not set an example for children that demonstrates our respect for others of all species, and for the earth that we all call home? In the words of William Blake, “For Everything that lives is holy, life delights in life.”