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Biden’s Big Ag Policy

Picture a farm, and you’ll probably imagine Old Macdonald and his cows, chickens, and pigs froliking in the sunlight on green, open pastures.…

Nov 23, 2022
California’s Proposition 12 in the Supreme Court

In 2018, California voters passed Proposition 12, the Prevention of Cruelty to Farm Animals Act. Prop 12 imposes requirements for minimum floorspace for egg-laying hens, calves, and sows (breeding pigs) on factory farms.…

Nov 17, 2022
Can’t Commit to Going Vegan or Vegetarian? Try Flexitarian
For those unable to commit to a vegan or vegetarian diet, flexitarianism is a practical middleground that encourages people to reevaluate their food consumption.
Sep 28, 2022
Effecting Change Through Employment: Two Examples
A career in advocacy is one of the most effective ways to make a sustained impact.
Sep 06, 2022
Self Care for Activists
Self-care is vital to make activism sustainable, follow these tips to ensure you're staying effective!
Aug 30, 2022
Plant-Powered Pupils in Peril

“I was quite surprised and disappointed when I started eating in the dining hall to find out that besides salad and pizza daily, there was only one vegetarian option—and it was repeated throughout the week.…

Aug 04, 2022
Four Ways to Maximize Your Impacts to End Factory Farming

You’ve decided factory farming is no good. What can you do to make the greatest impact to help eliminate factory farming?…

Jun 16, 2022
Bringing Plant Based Eating to UCLA
The "Cook this Kit" project, launched by a UCLA student, provides plant-based meals with farm-fresh ingredients.
Jun 02, 2022
Meditation and Activism
The purpose of this blog is to talk about why meditation is so useful, and how that can be beneficial to activism, as well as resources as to how to meditate and make it fun!
Oct 06, 2021
Top 5 Tips of a Woman Founder
In the course of growing FFAC from an idea into a national non-profit, I have learned a few key lessons that have proved true over and over again.
Apr 07, 2021
How I convinced my high school to adopt Meatless Mondays
The story of how a San Francisco high school student persuaded her cafeteria to participate in Meatless Mondays.
Apr 21, 2021
My Journey as Founder of FFAC
What began as a hobby has grown into a robust organization that is reaching hundreds of thousands of people and empowering the next generation of leaders.
Mar 24, 2021
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