Vegan Entanglements – Book Review – Part 2 – The Evidence

In the previous blog, we reviewed the key concepts contained within the seminal book Vegan Entanglements: Dismantling Racial and Carceral Capitalism. The book starts out by defining the problem of carceral veganism, placing it in its wider context. The core strength of the book is its relentless insistence on the intersectionality and entangled nature of […]

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Vegan Entanglements – A Book Review – Part 1. The Problem with Carceral Veganism.

This paradigm shifting book offers a radical alternative to the populist belief that animal welfare is improved through the expansion of laws that impose carceral sentences on those who abuse or cause harm to animals. This, the contributors of the book argue, is the prevailing orthodoxy among the majority of animal advocates who identify as […]

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