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Why I Won’t Take the Liberation Pledge

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For those unfamiliar, the Liberation Pledge is a commitment not to sit at a table where animals are being eaten. Of course, it’s in addition to being vegan. The idea behind the pledge is simple: show respect to the victims of violence by not standing by as they are being consumed.

I haven’t found how many people have taken the pledge, but there are 2,9k people on their Facebook support group.




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