The truth behind Joseph Connelly's Liberate VegNews campaign is much different than what he would have you believe, and I'm happy to say that, despite past personal issues with partners, the only liberation T.O.F.U. is interested in is for the animals. Read More »
"We screwed up."
Those three words were all a lot of us needed to move on to bigger issues, and we finally got them from VegNews yesterday. Read More »
6 days after Quarrygirl.com exposed VegNews' use of non-vegan stock photos, VegNews has finally issued a real apology. Is it enough? Read More »
Let me talk to you about sincere apologies. Real apologies, the heartfelt kind, aren't defensive. Even if they do try to provide explanations for bad behaviour, they never try to provide excuses for it. They admit to wrongdoing, and profess regret for the harm that wrongdoing has caused. VegNews' response to the photo scandal? Not an apology. Here's why. Read More »
As someone involved in the publishing business, though not to such an extent as VegNews, I have always battled with several things involving the vegan "purity" of the magazine. The big ones would involve such things as booking a tour date in a non-vegan bar, having people involved with the project who may not be vegan, promoting companies that may not be 100% vegan, and including articles that may not be completely relevant to veganism itself. Read More »