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Let us celebrate vegetarian living

A walk in the rain in support of changing lifestyles, better health and animal rights.

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Veganism: Better for you and better for the planet
| April 28, 2012's Vegan Challenge 2012

So, is asking its staff, contributors and readers to particpate in its the Vegan Challenge for Earth Week, April 16-23 2012. Here is the facebook group. babblers are welcome to participate as well.


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| December 20, 2011
The F Word

Should feminists be vegetarian?

December 17, 2011
| Is there a necessary connection between feminism and vegetarianism or veganism? The F Word explores this issue with guests Kathryn Paxton George and Sheri Lucas.
Length: 51:10
The F Word

Objectifying women and sexualizing meat

August 23, 2011
| How are animal rights activism, pornography and the male gaze connected? Meghan Murphy speaks with intellectual and activist Carol J. Adams about the connections between women, meat and the male gaze.
Length: 46:20

Yoga meltdown

Sunday, July 17, 2011 - 12:00pm - 5:00pm


Centre Island Toronto, ON M5J1A1
Phone: 1-888-535-FEST
43° 38' 26.9376" N, 79° 22' 54.3072" W
As more than just a routine of physical exercises, yoga is increasingly being seen as an overall lifestyle choice, providing tested and prescribed methods for happy, healthy, and holistic living.  In keeping with such ideas, the Fourth Annual Yoga Meltdown will be host to free live vegan cooking demonstrations and seminars that will promote the benefits of meatless, vegan diets and foods.
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