We have compiled a list of films, videos, reports and websites - all free - that we recommend to anyone who has an interest in vegan issues.
Films and videos
Philip Wollen, Australian philanthropist and former vice-president of Citibank expresses so eloquently why animals should be off the menu: Watch here.
Earthlings - an important film for us all to watch. The truth about humanity's use of animals as pets, food, clothing, entertainment, and for scientific research. (Not suitable for children due to graphic images.) Watch here.
Benjamin Zephaniah: Why Veganism Is The Ultimate Protest Against Animal
Exploitation: Watch here.
A Life Connected: Watch here.
"Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism"
Slideshow by Dr. Melanie Joy: Watch here.
A Delicate Balance - A film that predominantly explores the effects of animal protein on the human body and the environment: Watch here.
The impact of animal agriculture on the environment: http://www.viva.org.uk/sites/default/files/environment_a4_report_0.pdf.
The consumption of animals and its impact on World Hunger. www.viva.org.uk/guides/feedtheworld.
Humans are natural plant-eaters: www.michaelbluejay.com.
Humane Myth: www.humanemyth.org
Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary and the Free-Range Myth: www.peacefulprairie.org
We Animals (documents, through photography, animals in the human
Milk Myths: www.milkmyths.org.uk
A Well Fed World: www.awellfedworld.org
The World Peace Diet: www.worldpeacediet.com
Gentle World (vegan community of 40+ years): www.gentleworld.org
Nutrition Facts from Dr. Michael Greger: www.nutritionfacts.org
A4 poster tear-off sheets for creative urban activism. Print out, cut the tear off strips along the dotted lines, and stick up in
public places, on noticeboards, bridges, etc.
Click on a thumbnail to open it full-size in a new tab, then save it and print from there.
A7 size "In memory of a life lost" posters - suitable for laying on packages in the meat aisles of supermarkets..
Right-click the thumbnail and click "Save target as..." (Internet Explorer) or "Save Link As..." (Firefox) to save the full sized image to your computer and print from there.