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Author Archive

To the Dog I Didn’t Adopt
February 8, 2016

To the Dog I Didn’t Adopt

We at Our Hen House are always ecstatic when one of the Vegan Mos stops by, whether on one...

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College Animal Rights Groups: Finding a Voice and Building Community
February 4, 2016

College Animal Rights Groups: Finding a Voice and Building Community

Colleges and universities continue to serve as hubs of animal activism, no doubt thanks to the incredible work and...

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From Welfare to Well-Being: How Growing Up Poor Shaped My Vegan Activism
January 21, 2016

From Welfare to Well-Being: How Growing Up Poor Shaped My Vegan Activism

On today’s #ThrowbackThursday we’re featuring a continually profound and relevant article from power vegan activist Justin Van Kleeck, who since...

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Eating Vegan Food On a Low Fiber Diet
January 11, 2016

Eating Vegan Food On a Low Fiber Diet

For many of us, eating foods that are rich in fiber is an important part of our path to...

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Fighting Science with Science: The End of Vivisection
January 7, 2016

Fighting Science with Science: The End of Vivisection

Two years later and the scientific arguments against vivisection are still as strong as ever! Brush up on your...

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Book Review: “The End of Captivity? A Primate’s Reflections on Zoos, Conservation, and Christian Ethics” by Tripp York
December 21, 2015

Book Review: “The End of Captivity? A Primate’s Reflections on Zoos, Conservation, and Christian Ethics” by Tripp York

A previous contributor to Our Hen House on the intersections of food and faith, the Reverend Lauren Lisa Ng...

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Imagining Other Worlds: Science Fiction and Animal Ethics
December 10, 2015

Imagining Other Worlds: Science Fiction and Animal Ethics

How does the world of science fiction have the potential to drastically alter human perceptions of non-human animals? Vegan...

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My Name is Liz Dee, and I’m an OHHolic
December 3, 2015

My Name is Liz Dee, and I’m an OHHolic

Today, OHH board member and supporter, Liz Dee, explains why – when it comes to media that changes the...

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Using Empathy to Overcome Personal Suffering
November 26, 2015

Using Empathy to Overcome Personal Suffering

On this edition of Throwback Thursday (which just so happens to concide with Thanksgiving, so have yourself a fabulous...

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Pablo’s Legacy: Violence and Animal Rights in Times of War
November 2, 2015

Pablo’s Legacy: Violence and Animal Rights in Times of War

It’d take more than two decades before Fernando Cuenca, who lived his formative years during the worst decade of...

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Gretchen Primack’s Animal Rights Poetry, Plus a Bonus Giveaway for the Flock of Animal-Themed Holiday Cards!
October 23, 2015

Gretchen Primack’s Animal Rights Poetry, Plus a Bonus Giveaway for the Flock of Animal-Themed Holiday Cards!

We love  Gretchen Primack‘s animal rights-themed poetry and are thrilled to publish this poem from her Kind collection (with her permission, of course)....

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