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An Unnatural Order

In 1993, when Simon & Schuster published the first edition of this book, the world in many ways was very different. The Berlin Wall had only just fallen; the Soviet Union had collapsed, leaving the United States as the sole...
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Full Circles

Essay by Laura Moretti, Founder and Editor, The Animals Voice Magazine I began my activism for animals on the dirt roads of La Paz, Bolivia, when I was 10 years old. I did that by liberating animals from slaughter, by...
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Autumn Calls

Chipmunks scurry and squirrels search While birds dive and flutter Autumn calls to me To hurry and enjoy The scampering of animals To feed them and watch them For soon they will be gone Sunbeams so warm and breezes so...
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Rescuing the overlooked

Profile by Susan Barzallo Friends of Philip Fish Sanctuary, located in Santa Rosa, California, is run by Gwendolyn Church and her partner, Leland Peterman. Like so many of us, Gwendolyn grew up with bettas in bowls and tiny tanks, thinking...
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The Animals Voice co-sponsored the
Washington, DC, March for the Animals 1990

When The Animals Voice Magazine was originally in publication, it was THE place to advertise campaigns, wares, and organizations. We like to think some of our supporters have grown considerably since then because of it. And they still will.

Below is a listing of just a few of the advertisers in the 1987 through 1997 issues of The Animals Voice Magazine. It is an impressive list that evidences the diversity of actions people were taking for animals at that point in history. And it is an impressive list that, by omission, highlights how much the animal rights and vegan movements have grown because of today’s well-known and effective individuals and organizations who were not even heard of as little as ten years ago.


Books & Publishing

Animal Rights, Christianity and the Rights of Animals, Animals and Christianity, Song of Creation, Love the Animals (Andrew Linzey); An Unnatural Order (Jim Mason); Animal Liberation (Peter Singer); Animal Rights Handbook (ASPCA); Animals Agenda Magazine; Best Friends Magazine, Bunny Huggers GazetteCIVIS (1000 Doctors Against Vivisection); Cooking with Kurma (Gourmet Vegetarian Video Encyclopedia); Coping and Beyond (Moneim Fadali, MD); The Cruel Deception (Robert Sharpe, MD); Diet for a New America (John Robbins); The Dreaded Comparison (Marjorie Spiegel); Hasson Publishing; Michael Klaper, MD; Of God and Pelicans: A Theology of Reverence for Life (Jay B. McDaniel); Old MacDonald’s Factory Farm (C. David Coats); Micah Publications; Judaism and Vegetarianism (Richard Schwartz); The Lighthearted Vegetarian Gourmet Cookbook (Steve Victor); The Sexual Politics of Meat (Carol Adams); Temple University Press; Total Vegetarian Cooking (Vegetarian Resource Group); VegNews Magazine; Vivisection & Dissection in the Classroom (William Kuntsler, Esq.); Vivisection: Science or Sham (Dr. Roy Kupsinel).


Organizations

Alaska Wildlife Alliance; Alliance for Animals; American Anti-Vivisection Society; American Fund for Alternatives to Animal Research; American Horse Protection Association; American Natural Hygiene Society; American Vegan Society; Animal Emancipation; Animal Legal Defense Fund; Animal Liberation Front Support Group; Animal Rights Information Service; Animal Rights International; Animal Rights Network; Animals & Society; Association of Veterinarians for Medical Research; Concern for Helping Animals in Israel; Christians Helping Animals and People; Citizens to End Animal Suffering and Exploitation; Coalition for Non-Violent Food; Compassion for Camden; Compassion in World Farming; Culture and Animals Foundation; Earth Island Institute; European Coalition to End Cosmetic Tests on Animals; Farm Animal Reform Movement; Farm Sanctuary; Friends of Animals; Greenpeace; Greyhound Friends, Inc.; Houston Animal Rights Team; Humane Farming Association; Hunt Saboteurs; In Defense of Animals; International Foundation for Ethical Research; International Society for Animal Rights; Last Chance for Animals; Libearty; Lynx; Michigan Humane Society; Mobilization for Animal Rights; Mountain Lion Preservation Foundation; National Alliance for Animals; North American Vivisection Society; National Anti-Vivisection Society; New England Anti-Vivisection Society; Noah’s Friends; Preservation of the Amazon River Pink Dolphin; People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Sea Shepherd Conservation Society; Sea Turtle Project; Showing Animals Respect and Kindness; Sierra Club; Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Stamper Hans; Student Animal Legal Defense Fund; TransSpecies; United Action for Animals; Vegetarian Resource Group; Vegetarian Union of North America; Wolves and Related Canids; Wolves & Us.


Products & Companies

Aesop; American Artist Portfolio; Beauty Without Cruelty; Beauty Without the Beast; Clarisse; Clientele; Compassionate Consumer; Ecco Bella; Eco-Choice; Ecotopia; Global Vision; Happy Cricket; Hasson Fine Arts & Publishing; Heartland Products; Humane Street USA; Indian Creek Naturals; InterNatural; Jason Personal Care Products; Larkspur; Lion & Lamb; Natural Impressions; Natural Way Mills; Paul Mitchell; Paul Penders Cosmetics; Rage; Rainbow Concepts; Rainbow Research; Sleepy Hollow; Tea Tree Oil; Three Sisters; The Warm Store; Tom’s of Maine; Vegetarian Pet Food; Wearable Arts; Wild Wear.


Events

Animal Rights Conferences; Animal Rights Awareness Week 1991; Genesis Awards (annually); Cruelty-Free Faire 1990; March for the Animals 1990; March for the Animals 1996; Texas Conference for the Animals 1988; Triangle Animal Awareness 1989; Vegetarian Summerfest; Vegetarian Union of North America; Whole Life Expo; World Week for Animals in Labs (annually).


And Others…

Cruelty Free Investing; Brad Pappas; E The Environmental Magazine; Focus on Animals; PAW PAC; California’s Political Action Committee for Animals; Tools for Research (video).


Since Then

Alley Cat Allies; Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary, Green Earth Travel, SHARK, 600 Million Dogs, The Non-Human Rights Project, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Farm Sanctuary, Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary, Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary, United Poultry Concerns, Friends of Animals, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Nancy’s Pendants, Vegan Kickstart, Vegan Travel Asia; many more to come…

When The Animals Voice Magazine was originally in publication, it was THE place to advertise campaigns, wares, and organizations. We like to think some of our supporters have grown considerably since then because of it. And they still will.

Below is a listing of just a few of the advertisers in the 1987 through 1997 issues of The Animals Voice Magazine. It is an impressive list that evidences the diversity of actions people were taking for animals at that point in history. And it is an impressive list that, by omission, highlights how much the animal rights and vegan movements have grown because of today’s well-known and effective individuals and organizations who were not even heard of as little as ten years ago.


Books & Publishing

Animal Rights, Christianity and the Rights of Animals, Animals and Christianity, Song of Creation, Love the Animals (Andrew Linzey); An Unnatural Order (Jim Mason); Animal Liberation (Peter Singer); Animal Rights Handbook (ASPCA); Animals Agenda Magazine; Best Friends Magazine, Bunny Huggers GazetteCIVIS (1000 Doctors Against Vivisection); Cooking with Kurma (Gourmet Vegetarian Video Encyclopedia); Coping and Beyond (Moneim Fadali, MD); The Cruel Deception (Robert Sharpe, MD); Diet for a New America (John Robbins); The Dreaded Comparison (Marjorie Spiegel); Hasson Publishing; Michael Klaper, MD; Of God and Pelicans: A Theology of Reverence for Life (Jay B. McDaniel); Old MacDonald’s Factory Farm (C. David Coats); Micah Publications; Judaism and Vegetarianism (Richard Schwartz); The Lighthearted Vegetarian Gourmet Cookbook (Steve Victor); The Sexual Politics of Meat (Carol Adams); Temple University Press; Total Vegetarian Cooking (Vegetarian Resource Group); VegNews Magazine; Vivisection & Dissection in the Classroom (William Kuntsler, Esq.); Vivisection: Science or Sham (Dr. Roy Kupsinel).


Organizations

Alaska Wildlife Alliance; Alliance for Animals; American Anti-Vivisection Society; American Fund for Alternatives to Animal Research; American Horse Protection Association; American Natural Hygiene Society; American Vegan Society; Animal Emancipation; Animal Legal Defense Fund; Animal Liberation Front Support Group; Animal Rights Information Service; Animal Rights International; Animal Rights Network; Animals & Society; Association of Veterinarians for Medical Research; Concern for Helping Animals in Israel; Christians Helping Animals and People; Citizens to End Animal Suffering and Exploitation; Coalition for Non-Violent Food; Compassion for Camden; Compassion in World Farming; Culture and Animals Foundation; Earth Island Institute; European Coalition to End Cosmetic Tests on Animals; Farm Animal Reform Movement; Farm Sanctuary; Friends of Animals; Greenpeace; Greyhound Friends, Inc.; Houston Animal Rights Team; Humane Farming Association; Hunt Saboteurs; In Defense of Animals; International Foundation for Ethical Research; International Society for Animal Rights; Last Chance for Animals; Libearty; Lynx; Michigan Humane Society; Mobilization for Animal Rights; Mountain Lion Preservation Foundation; National Alliance for Animals; North American Vivisection Society; National Anti-Vivisection Society; New England Anti-Vivisection Society; Noah’s Friends; Preservation of the Amazon River Pink Dolphin; People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Sea Shepherd Conservation Society; Sea Turtle Project; Showing Animals Respect and Kindness; Sierra Club; Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Stamper Hans; Student Animal Legal Defense Fund; TransSpecies; United Action for Animals; Vegetarian Resource Group; Vegetarian Union of North America; Wolves and Related Canids; Wolves & Us.


Products & Companies

Aesop; American Artist Portfolio; Beauty Without Cruelty; Beauty Without the Beast; Clarisse; Clientele; Compassionate Consumer; Ecco Bella; Eco-Choice; Ecotopia; Global Vision; Happy Cricket; Hasson Fine Arts & Publishing; Heartland Products; Humane Street USA; Indian Creek Naturals; InterNatural; Jason Personal Care Products; Larkspur; Lion & Lamb; Natural Impressions; Natural Way Mills; Paul Mitchell; Paul Penders Cosmetics; Rage; Rainbow Concepts; Rainbow Research; Sleepy Hollow; Tea Tree Oil; Three Sisters; The Warm Store; Tom’s of Maine; Vegetarian Pet Food; Wearable Arts; Wild Wear.


Events

Animal Rights Conferences; Animal Rights Awareness Week 1991; Genesis Awards (annually); Cruelty-Free Faire 1990; March for the Animals 1990; March for the Animals 1996; Texas Conference for the Animals 1988; Triangle Animal Awareness 1989; Vegetarian Summerfest; Vegetarian Union of North America; Whole Life Expo; World Week for Animals in Labs (annually).


And Others…

Cruelty Free Investing; Brad Pappas; E The Environmental Magazine; Focus on Animals; PAW PAC; California’s Political Action Committee for Animals; Tools for Research (video).


Since Then

Alley Cat Allies; Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary; many more to come…

The Animals Voice co-sponsored the
Washington, DC, March for the Animals 1990

EXCLUSIVE CONTENT

An Unnatural Order

In 1993, when Simon & Schuster published the first edition of this book, the world in many ways was very different. The Berlin Wall had only just fallen; the Soviet Union had collapsed, leaving the United States as the sole...
READ MORE

Full Circles

Essay by Laura Moretti, Founder and Editor, The Animals Voice Magazine I began my activism for animals on the dirt roads of La Paz, Bolivia, when I was 10 years old. I did that by liberating animals from slaughter, by...
READ MORE

Autumn Calls

Chipmunks scurry and squirrels search While birds dive and flutter Autumn calls to me To hurry and enjoy The scampering of animals To feed them and watch them For soon they will be gone Sunbeams so warm and breezes so...
READ MORE

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