Coffee-Mate has chosen to be compassionate by releasing four flavors of smooth, rich, and—most importantly—vegan coffee creamers.
Vegan Birkenstock sandals are here to take your shoe game to the next level. The company has released vegan versions of its classic sandals in the U.S.
These stunning vegan stilettos prove that compassion is chic and that saving animals is always in style. Which will you choose?
During an interview, bullfighter Sebastian Castella declared, ‘Like all animals, bulls do not have duties, therefore they do not have rights.’
Are you a pizza lover? Do you live in the U.S.? Well, you’re in luck, because this company will deliver vegan pizza to your doorstep.
In the first crustacean cruelty conviction ever seen by RSPCA NSW, one of Sydney’s biggest seafood stores has pleaded guilty to cruelty-to-animals charges.
Breyers released vegan almond milk ice cream onto Meijer store shelves in the Midwest, much to the delight of cookies n’ cream lovers.
Mom’s Video of 2-Year-Old Boy With Autism ‘Falling in Love’ With Snow White at Disney Park Goes Viral
A sweet video showing a 2-year-old boy with autism “falling in love” with Snow White at a Disney theme park has been viewed millions of times online after it was posted to Facebook by his mother recently.
The tender moment took place when he went to a Disney park with his family last November, according to Amanda Coley, who posted the video on April 28.
Coley wrote that her 2-year-old son “Jack Jack” has autism and is non-verbal. He is typically shy with people he doesn’t know, and was “having nothing to do” with any of the characters he interacted with on the family’s vacation.
But all that changed when he came face-to-face with Snow White.
“When your 2 year old falls in LOVE with Snow White,” Coley wrote directly under the 32-second video, adding, “I must have cried 1000 tears watching his interaction with her. He was in love.”
Coley ended up with many friend requests from the video that she decided to create a Facebook page dedicated to her family’s adventures. The page is called “Disney Adventures & Autism.”
Two of three sons have been diagnosed with autism, and Disney World is “100% their happy place,” she wrote.
Pope Francis declared that Native Americans deserve the right to give prior consent to any economic activity that affects their ancestral lands.
On Wednesday, Pope Francis attended the Indigenous Peoples Forum in Rome and defended the rights of indigenous tribes. The meeting was part of the UN International Fund for Agricultural Development, and Pope Francis addressed 40 representatives of the 300 largest indigenous groups in the world.
According to Reuters, he stated that “The particular characteristics of indigenous peoples and their territories” must be protected. The Pope then mentioned that this is especially true “when planning economic activities which may interfere with indigenous cultures and their ancestral relationship to the earth.”
During his speech, Pope Francis also promoted the full participation of indigenous peoples in local and national government. His insistence that indigenous groups must give prior consent to any economic activity affecting their…
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Although it obstinately insists pipelines are safe, the company responsible for the Dakota Access Pipeline racked up 69 reported accidents in just two years — leaking hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil products and tainting rivers in four states.
That averages nearly three spills each month.
A new report from the Louisiana Bucket Brigade and DisasterMap.net on Energy Transfer Partners and subsidiary Sunoco Logistics documents accidents filed with the National Response Center — the federal contact point for oil spills and industrial accidents — noting 69 accidents between 2015 and 2016.
However, as the study crucially notes, “These are just the accidents that are reported.”
“Heavy rain was the explanation for some of the worst accidents,” the report states, noting, “Bad weather, however, just exposes faulty equipment. While Energy Transfer Partners and other companies portray weather-related accidents as unavoidable, they are…
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