Vegan Voice

One Woman’s Journey of Activism in Japan and Australia

One Woman’s Journey of Activism in Japan and Australia

Katrina Larsen lived in Japan for 17 years, earning her living teaching interpreting skills. Three years ago, she returned to her home in Victoria, Australia. She gave up meat at 17, but didn’t fully commit to veganism because she felt “it was a way to stay ‘normal’...

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Varun Virlan Is Challenging Norms

Varun Virlan Is Challenging Norms

  Varun Virlan has been vegan and an activist since 2014, starting with organizing direct actions and vegan outreach to bring awareness to the plight of animals. Even as a young boy in India, he did what he could to help strays in his neighbourhood. He moved to...

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Anita Krajnc, One Person in a Big Team

Anita Krajnc, One Person in a Big Team

  Anita Krajnc doesn’t take all the credit for founding Toronto Pig Save; if it wasn’t for her four-legged companion, Mr. Bean, she wouldn’t have been exposed to the transport trucks carrying pigs to the slaughterhouse in her neighbourhood. “When I moved here in...

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There Was a Killing

There Was a Killing

Documentary filmmaker Shaun Monson made a powerful statement with his film about activist Regan Russell. It was Monson’s job to give us the facts, and he did that with eyewitness and expert accounts. While some scenes are horrific to watch, this documentary explains...

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Regan Russell: The Tragic Loss of a Brave Animal Activist

Regan Russell: The Tragic Loss of a Brave Animal Activist

I didn’t know her, but her death affected me greatly. On June 17th, Bill 156, an Ag Gag bill, was passed in Ontario. This law prevents whistleblowers from exposing unethical and illegal practices on farms and was inspired by similar bills that were eventually struck...

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