Monthly Archives July 2011

Lessons from Human Rights Movements: A Connectionist Perspective (2)

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In May, I announced our new series about lessons I have learned from human rights movements that will help us build
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Connectionist Resource: Nonviolence United

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    Nonviolence United urges people to, and assists people in, live(ing) a life connected.  Centered around non-violence and connectionist living, they
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Connectionist Resource: Satya

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Even though Satya published its final issue in 2007, its articles remain relevant and accessible.  With several back issues posted on
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Connectionist Resource: Living Opposed to Violence and Exploitation (L.O.V.E.)

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Become part of the collective!  L.O.V.E. promotes veganism as a way to connect the dots.  As their website explains: L.O.V.E. is an anti-oppression
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Connectionist Resource: Institute for Humane Education

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The Institute for Humane Education (IHE) was the first connectionist resource we ever found.  As you may know, humane education is the connectionist
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Connectionist Resource: Food Empowerment Project

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Want to find out if your vegan chocolate is truly cruelty free?  What about how the conditions workers on factory farms
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Connectionist Resource: One Green Planet

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  One Green Planet is an “online destination for the ecologically ethical generation.”  They explain that the site is: ...an online ecosystem
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Connectionist Resource: The Sistah Vegan Project

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The Sistah Vegan Project focuses on how plant-based consumptive lifestyle is affected by factors of race, racisms, sexism, heterosexism, classism, and
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