|Enewsletter • December 28, 2011|
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that I could no longer live in denial of the
abuses and injustice humans inflict on animals.
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–Anne, Jack, Jon, & Matt
P.S. We’ve sent out nearly 3,000,000
booklets in 2011.
My tour was amazing,
from California to Louisiana! It was great to
meet people who had gone veg after getting a
booklet previously, and talk to so many interested
people. Thank you all for your amazing
support and encouraging words throughout the
duration of the tour. There’s no way I could
have done it without you.
Heidi and I reached
nearly 2,000 students and had great conversations
at San Diego Mesa College. One student took
a stack of Compassionate Choices to
give to her philosophy professor who was “just
talking about this.” A student doing a
presentation on factory farms (literally on
his way to class to do it) asked for 30 to give
his classmates. BAM!
waiting for the rush of students at
South Portland High School, I had a nice conversation
with two bus drivers. One of them started telling
the other about the cramped, awful conditions
for animals, and he specifically mentioned chickens.
We talked about the abundance of other foods
including veggie meats. He said, “With
a lot of them, you can’t even tell the difference.”
He gladly accepted a Guide, and the
other driver asked for an extra Even If
You Like Meat to give to a friend.
I ran into a student who commented that this
is perfect timing. She was giving a presentation
on these issues to her Practical Ethics class that very day. She actually said she was
wishing she had some of these booklets for passing
around! Well, she got some!
First Friday Art Walk was awesome –
we reached over 3,600 people! We met many vegetarians
and vegans and even ran into two girls who said
they’ve mostly gone veg since getting the booklets
before! Another girl said her sister went vegetarian
after getting a booklet from us at a previous