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End the Cruelty at Columbia

Last night at the Bowery Ballroom, during Fleet Street Comes to the Bowery, a benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, singer and vegan poster girl Nellie McKay called attention to the horrific laboratory experiments being conducted at Columbia University.

McKay asked everyone to help put an end to the cruelty being suffered by baboons and other animals by signing the petition and writing thoughtful letters to the powers that be.

Thanks to Nellie McKay for being a friend to animals, and thanks to Frank Language for letting us know about this.


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    This is a very nice site, but it seems ashame that no one seems concerned about commenting on the animal rights articles….

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    Roseann Marulli

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    Well, thank you, baydrive, for getting the ball rolling!

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    Laura Leslie

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    Well, it’s a general rule of life that people would rather be happy that miserable. I think one of the things that holds animal rights back from the mainstream is that the situation is just so damn depressing. If people would rather focus on the fun side of veganism, what’s the problem? The impact of their veganism remains the same.

    Not that you shouldn’t post about the AR articles if that is what you feel passionate about. Please do. But you can’t guilt other people into doing the same–guilt-tripping is one of the things that drives people away from the AR movement.

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    Olivia Lane

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    Roseann’s AR posts are great and I appreciate the updates/ call to arms. I think other readers do too. I guess a lot of us are happily in the company of people who are already vegan and on board with the issues, so there’s not really that much to say after that. There’s no vegan police type controversy or fun gossip compelling us to spend time writing to other vegans–we’ve gotta get out there and let the rest of world know what time it is.

    Anyways, most of the pieces I post are about total fluff and I haven’t been getting nearly as many comments as Roseann! I think our readers are still getting used to the idea of commenting in general.