On the Land Grant University Meat Problem

Animal Person

Today's message and call to action is from David Cantor of Responsible Policies for Animals (thanks, Mike!). Responsible Policies for Animals Members & Friends! Meanwhile, donate when you can, get friends to become Responsible Policies for Animals members --and thank you for your support! . Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc.

Meat 100

Push Land-Grant Universities Out of the Meat Industry

Animal Person

Responsible Policies for Animals Members & Friends! The meat industry is inherently destructive and inhumane, there is no way to make it otherwise, and much of the harm it does to ecosystems is by inflicting suffering and death on billions of nonhuman animals, farmed and free-living, each year. David Cantor Executive Director Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc.

From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

Kristof’s plea for food-policy reform (“ Lettuce From the Garden, With Worms ,” column, June 21). Since using animals is cultural, not part of our biological nature or in any way necessary, animal use is by definition inhumane—unkind where we could as a society choose kind. It is inhumane to humans as well, E. David Cantor Founder and Director Responsible Policies for Animals Glenside, Pa., To the Editor: Thank you for Nicholas D.