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VIDEO SHORTS
"Why Vegan?"     (4:06 min.)
Wonderful, uplifting message and music
"A Life Connected"     (11:43 min.)
For the Animals. For the Planet. For the People.
VEGAN HOW-TO
Vegan Starter Guide
This free download, published by the incredible Go Vegan World, contains invaluable information on the basics of WHAT veganism is, WHY we need to be vegan, and HOW to be vegan (including nutritional info & recipes).
Vegan Starter Kit
Respecting Animals Means Going Vegan. Online booklet published by the International Vegan Association. Topics include, ethics, next steps, nutrition, FAQ, recipes.
Vegan Starter Kit
A wonderful site full of starter information for the new vegan:
Why Vegan? Becoming Vegan. Food. Clothing. Products. Knowledge.
"HUMANELY RAISED"
"Humane Animal Farming? Take a Closer Look"
This informative booklet exposes the many ways in which animal farming, by its very nature, can never be described as humane.
"What's Wrong with Backyard Eggs?"
The sad reality is that, no matter how well treated laying hens may be in their foreshortened lives, they remain the product of enormous and intentional cruelty, only because people want to consume eggs.
Humane Myth
Via video presentations, essays, expert accounts, and more, this website reveals the myth behind the misleading marketing labels "humanely raised", "cage free", "free range", "grass fed", "organic", "local", "sustainable", etc.
SANCTUARIES (alphabetical)      (please help by donating, if you can)
Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary (Ireland)
A vegan home where rescued farmed animals are given sanctuary for life, and where they are regarded with the dignity and respect that is their right.
Maple Farm Sanctuary (MA)
Providing lifelong homes for abused, abandoned and unwanted farmed animals while promoting veganism and respect for all life.
Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary (CO)
A safe haven for rescued farmed animals who have been given a second chance at life.
Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary Blog (CO)
Tender, beautifully-written stories about the personalities and legacies of individual animals residing at the sanctuary. The dignity and desires of each becomes apparent as soon as they are allowed the opportunity to live free and natural lives.
Poplar Spring Aniimal Sanctuary (MD)
Care, rehabilitation, and permanent sanctuary for neglected, abused or abandoned farmed animals. Protected habitat for wildlife.
The Elephant Sanctuary (TN)
Founded in 1995, The Elephant Sanctuary is the nation's largest natural habitat refuge for African and Asian elephants.
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FILMS  
"Earthlings"
A powerful and informative documentary about society’s treatment of animals. Narrated by Joaquin Phoenix with soundtrack by Moby.
"Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home"
This riveting story of transformation and healing explores the awakening conscience of several people who grew up in traditional farming culture.
"Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret" (on Netflix or $5 to own)
The film environmental organizations don't want us to see. Follow intrepid filmmaker Kip Anderson as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today.
"The Cove" (on Netflix or $2.99 to rent in iTunes)
Dolphins are at the center of investigative journalism uncovering a horrifying microcosm of massive crimes, beginning in Taiji, Japan, complicit worldwide. If you would like to rent the film and watch online, iTunes is a free, downloadable application.
"Blackfish" (on Netflix or £.99 to rent in U.K. iTunes)
Examines the life of abducted and enslaved Orca, Tilikum, forced to "perform" as entertainment for humans. Points out the inhumaneness of abducting, confining and enslaving animals.
"The Witness"
How does a construction contractor from a tough Brooklyn neighborhood become an impassioned animal advocate? With humor and sincerity, Eddie Lama tells that story.
"What the Health" (on Netflix, Roku, etc., or rent in iTunes)
This film examines the link between diet and disease, and the billions of dollars at stake in the healthcare, pharmaceutical and food industries.
PODCASTS
How to Go Vegan
A fine series of podcasts about animals and veganism by warm, inviting, inspiring speaker, Trish Roberts. Can also be
subscribed to in iTunes.
Go Vegan Radio
Long-time radio host, Bob Linden, interviews guests and educates about the benefits of veganism for the animals, the environment and each other.