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Unfortunately, many of the large, so-called, animal protection organizations have been drawn into supporting, marketing, and even partnering with those who profit from, the "humane" exploitation and execution of animals. Following are some of many that believe in, sincerely promote, and provide educational materials about not supporting and not contributing to the exploitation and killing of other animals...for any purpose. What we humans are doing to other animals is currently the most monumental social injustice on the planet. It needs to be abolished. Not regulated. Not reduced. Abolished.
ONLINE (alphabetical)
Be Fair Be Vegan (world-wide)
"[We] may not know all the practical details of living vegan, but [we] do know, and already live by, the fundamental truth that causing harm for pleasure is not a 'personal choice' but an abhorrent abuse of power, and that refusing to impose misery and death for a taste, a trinket, a thrill, is not a sacrifice, but the most basic act of human decency." Learn more.
EVOLVE Campaigns (UK)
Using someone without their consent can never truthfully be labeled as humane or just, for it is an inherent violation, and reduces that being to an object – a thing.
Free From Harm (IL)
Through animal rescue, education and advocacy, Free from Harm seeks to transform society's attitudes about violence and oppression.
Gentle World (HI & NZ)
Locations in Hawaii and New Zealand welcome guests and visiting volunteers interested in being involved with veganic gardening and a myriad of other opportunities related to learning how to interact gently with our world and our fellow creatures. The site is brimming with intuitive essays on a broad range of topics.
Go Vegan World (Ireland)
“The greatest problem on earth today is the notion that some lives matter less than others. We imagine that non-human lives hardly matter at all. We live as though our difference from other species entitles us to use them, and that they exist for our benefit. This view is not only inaccurate, it is unethical.”
Humane Myth (NY)
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.
International Vegan Association (MA)
Dedicated to educating about veganism and animal rights, with a strict focus on abolishing (rather than regulating) animal use.
My Face is on Fire Blog
Focuses on abolitionist vegan education, animal rights issues and the misrepresentation of veganism in pop culture or mainstream media.
There's An Elephant in the Room Blog
Thoughts about veganism. Promoting an end to the use and the property status of members of nonhuman species.
South Florida Vegan Education Group (FL)
Eempowering individuals with the knowledge that veganism is the
primary means of dismantling speciesism and achieving the
abolition of animal enslavement, exploitation and execution for
human pleasure and convenience.
Vegan Trove (Tasmania, Australia)
Trisha Roberts hosts wonderful podcasts, mainly about abolitionist veganism, but touching on other issues as well.
Save Animals Go Vegan Bistro title
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BOOKS (grown-ups)
"Farm to Fable: The Fictions of our
       Animal Consuming Culture"
-- Written by Robert Grillo
        (FreeFromHarm.org)
-- Forward by Carol J. Adams (The Sexual
        Politics of Meat)
-- Published by Vegan Publishers

Why do the vast majority of us continue to consume animals when we could choose otherwise? Farm to Fable deconstructs these cultural fictions.
"Mind if I Order the Cheeseburger?
       And Other Questions People
       Ask Vegans"
-- Written by Sherry F. Colb
Using humor and reason, Sherry F. Colb takes these questions at face value and also delves deeply into the motivations behind them.
"Eat Like You Care:
       An Examination of the
       Morality of Eating Animals"
-- Written by Gary L. Francione and
       Anna Charlton

There are many excuses we use to continue our consumption of animals. The authors explore the 30+ excuses they have heard, and address each one.
"Animal Rights: The Abolitionist
       Approach"
-- Written by Gary L. Francione and
       Anna Charlton

In this book, the authors dispel the heavily marketed, profit-motivated, and culturally "normalized" notion that animal use is acceptable if we treat animals “humanely.”
BOOKS (children)
Click on the "BOOKS (children)" link above for several titles as well as images of the book covers.