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Animal rights news and analysis from The Nation
December 22, 2022
What the Extinction Crisis Took From the World in 2022
From a frog in Venezuela to a sturgeon in China—obituaries for the species we lost.
January 31, 2022
While Afghans Tried to Flee, Boris Johnson… Saved Dogs?
Leaked e-mails suggest the British PM OK’d the evacuation of rescue pets from Afghanistan last August—and they speak volumes about the occupation.
Ali M. Latifi
November 12, 2020
Jack Halberstam’s Call of the Wild
In an interview, the radical social thinker says the idea of “the wild” can help us dismantle our unjust world.
June 18, 2019
Letters From the July 1-8, 2019, Issue
Devil in the details… Furry logic… Debunking junk science…
November 7, 2017
A Chicken-Nugget Theory of Capitalism
One breaded snack can tell us so much.
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October 18, 2017
Trump Sides With Big Agriculture Over Family Farmers
Even some Republicans are upset over this corporate handout.
April 10, 2017
Where Is America’s Next War? Alaska.
And the enemy is not who you’d expect.
September 22, 2015
Did the Fish and Wildlife Service Just Doom This Bird to Extinction?
Big Oil was desperate to keep the sage grouse off the endangered-species list. Here’s why.
July 31, 2013
Charged With the Crime of Filming a Slaughterhouse
So-called “Ag-Gag” laws reveal the lengths to which the agriculture industry will go to keep their business practices secret.
Leighton Akio Woodhouse
December 30, 2010
Michael Vick, Racial History and Animal Rights
For many observers, the decision to demonize Vick seems motivated by something more pernicious than concern for animal welfare. It seems to be about race.