Please take a look at The Virtual Battery Cage Tour below. It was created by Mark Middleton, an artist, web developer, and animal advocate. Middleton’s animal advocacy website is animalvisuals.org, which offers this battery cage tour as well as a US slaughter rate visual aid.
I’m posting this to remind activists of what vegan education can look like. And to remind newbie activists that some forms of vegan education are as simple as copying and pasting.
Most animal advocates tend to think about vegan education in terms of leafleting, tabling, or one-on-one conversations. But vegan education can take many forms. And in fact, it should take many forms. Here are some ideas:
- Start a vegan blog
- Make a simple static website that features vegan videos
- Make your own educational video with text and graphics
- Donate vegan nutrition, vegan cooking, and animal rights books to libraries
- Tack leaflets to community cork-boards
- Twitter about veganism
- Put an animal rights message on your voicemail greeting
Got more ideas? Please share.