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September 17, 2009


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thanks so much for sharing this. i'm already posted a link on fb and will be sharing the title (and suggestions) with my students!

iwant to readdd it! lol too bad philly is shutting down all the free libraries.

Thank you so much for this article; minimizing is my passion and yes, many steps are so very simple! :)

Hey, this is great! I've been a fan of Velez-Mitchell's since the launch of ISSUES - largely because of her animal-friendly coverage - but I had no idea that she's a vegan. 'Tis total awesomeness when fellow vegans pop up in unexpected places :)

Great post Jasmin! There are so many small steps we can all take (i.e., bringing your own take-out containers for leftovers to restaurants to eliminate food and packaging waste, saying "no straw, please" for your tap water, etc.) that can cut down on waste which means a healthier planet for all the Earth's inhabitants.

From the time I first saw a clip of Jane Velez-Mitchell, I had the gut feeling she had to be a vegan. How cool; I love her.

Thanks for sharing this - I'm off to get a copy as we speak/type!

Thanks for sharing! I too will be getting a copy.

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