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 a privileged vegan

a privileged vegan

Welcome! I created this channel to talk about pro-intersectional justice, always making sure that humans and other animals are a part of that conversation. I also like to find cool activists and interview them about their work/ views/projects. Follow me on Facebook and say hi! https://www.facebook.com/aprivilegedvegan. xxx

Why most bananas are not "cruelty-free" + what you can do about it

This video is about why carbing the f*** up on bananas is not always the ethical choice. And what you can do about it :) Petitions you can sign to help improve fair trade standards! 1) https://www.facebook.com/equalexchange/app_273158289439461 2) http://salsa3.salsalabs.com/o/2002/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=7310 Equal Exchange: http://www.beyondthepeel.com Earth University bananas: http://www.earth-brand.org/english/bananas.php Grow Bananas: http://www.growbananas.org/about_us.html Thank you to the Food Empowerment Project for all this information! http://www.foodispower.org/bananas/ New tumblr! http://aprivilegedvegan.tumblr.com New Wordpress: https://aprivilegedvegan.wordpress.com (Still deciding which one to use) Facebook: a privileged vegan Resources: http://www.unctad.info/en/Infocomm/AACP-Products/COMMODITY-PROFILE---Banana/ Feral, M., Fiscgher, H., Jesper, N., Smith, A., Coats, S. (2006). Dole, behind the smokescreen. Retrieved from http://www.bananalink.org.uk/sites/bananalink.neontribe.co.uk/files/documents/BL%20resources/Dole_Behind_Smoke_Screen_booklet.pdf (6/02/14) Forero, J. (2002, July 13). In Ecuador’s Banana Fields, Child Labor is Key to Profits. The New York Times. Oxfam New Zealand. (2013, May 27). Are Dole Bananas Really the “Ethical Choice”? Retrieved from http://www.oxfam.org.nz/news/are-dole-bananas-really-ethical-choice (6/02/14)