Listen Today on WALO Radio
MARCH 30, 2009
Responsible Policies for Animals Members & Friends! Today, March 30th, at 3:00 East Coast time, Susan Soltero of Puerto Rico will interview me live on the air at WALO Radio about Responsible Policies for Animals' 10,000 Years Is Enough campaign to get our universities out of the meat industry! During the interview, my responses to questions (in American English) will be translated. David Cantor Executive Director Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc.
On the Land Grant University Meat Problem
AUGUST 26, 2009
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.
Animal Rights Zone Launches Today
APRIL 21, 2009
Responsible Policies. Today is the launch of. I'm excited to be a blogger for Animal Rights Zone because its target market is people who don't usually subscribe to blogs. Also, it has the added bonus of organizing my content better than I have.
RPA interview--Take Two
APRIL 4, 2009
Responsible Policies for Animals Members and Friends! From David Cantor. This past Monday's botched radio interview is rescheduled for next Monday, April 6th -- again at 3:00 P.M. East Coast time. The problem last time was the station's new phone system, and I haven't received a guarantee that it's been de-glitched. www.WALORadio.com Scroll down to Susan Soltero.
From Today's New York Times
JUNE 28, 2009
Kristof’s plea for food-policy reform (“ Lettuce From the Garden, With Worms ,” column, June 21). David Cantor Founder and Director Responsible Policies for Animals Glenside, Pa., To the Editor: Thank you for Nicholas D. Though factory-style production worsens it, the root problem is animal use. 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.