The Humane Party has set two specific goals in 2020: to create a State Chapter in New York and build resources in New York City to assist vegans in campaigning and winning local elections.
An overview of the historical events leading to Juneteenth and an explanation of the Humane Party’s Abolition Day.
In 2010, the Humane Party undertook the creation of what would become known as the “Genocide Recognition, Reparations, and Reconciliation Act,” the basic terms of which appear in Section 15 of the Humane Party platform.
Now that 2020 has arrived, it seems like ages have passed since the HP’s “2020 Vision” booth was first deployed … More
The Humane Party is happy to announce that Clifton Roberts will be the 2020 Humane Party Presidential Candidate.
Tune in to Vegan Nation and discover The Humane Party Presidential Primary candidates, Robert Mason and Clifton Roberts.
The Humane Party announces its primary election for the 2020 United States Presidency: Robert Mason and Clifton Roberts are both seeking the Humane Party’s nomination. The voting period will last from October 1st until October 25th.
Take this brief quiz to see whether you can tell the difference between Orwellian propaganda (i) that was actually invented by Orwell himself and (ii) that has been championed by the U.S.’s Democrat-Republicans.
Prior to launching on Earth Day (April 22), 2009, the Humane Party had three alternative names: the “Vegan Party,” the “Abolition Party,” and the “Humane Party.” While the name was under debate, a logo was designed for the Abolition Party. Activists are welcome to reactivate this dormant logo, where appropriate.
Upon expiration of the public-comment period and a final review, the Humane Party Board of Directors has ratified the full design of Class A for the Humane National Committee (HNC) as published on October 19, 2018. Class A of the HNC represents a significant advance over the traditional model of geography-based representation.
This Thursday, December 6, 2018, marks the third annual celebration of Abolition Day. Abolition Day was launched by the Humane Party in 2015 both (i) to commemorate the end of human slavery in the United States (1865) and (ii) to promote the abolition of all slavery. The date of December 6 was chosen for this national celebration because it was on this day in 1865 that the number of states necessary to ratify the 13th Amendment was reached.
As winter approaches, many people will be spending more time indoors. The holiday season also means, for some, more social time with family and friends.
Here are three films that activists may enjoy checking out from their local libraries and sharing with family and friends.
Despite the effort to combat exhibitionist violence, for more than twenty years now, the U.S.’s carnist political parties have carried on an annual celebration of the suffering and death of millions of innocent birds, known as the Presidential “turkey pardoning.”
Carnist candidates swept elections in all 50 states on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. While the Democrat-Republicans retain their exclusive hegemony in both houses of the U.S. Congress as well as in all 50 state legislatures, more than one billion animals are tortured, mutilated, raped, molested, kidnapped, and killed each year in the U.S. These violent and perverse acts remain legal as a direct result of Democrat-Republican political supremacy at the state and federal level. However, ramp-up for the 2020 U.S. Senate, House, and Presidential races begins immediately. There is no time for delay. Environmentalists, animal rights activists, vegans, and abolitionists who wish to halt and reverse this process are invited to run for office.
Each year, more than a billion animals are mutilated, tortured, kidnapped, raped, slashed, electrocuted, strangled, burned, skinned, and/or killed in U.S. vivisection laboratories, slaughterhouses, and other mass-killing facilities. On Election Day, November 6th, 2018, all of that could change.
A museum and convention hall commemorating the Underground Railroad has opened in Niagara Falls, New York, to honor the courage, sacrifice, and determination of the many people who helped escapees in their journey to freedom prior to abolition of human slavery in the United States.
The clandestine network that helped people escape from bondage in the U.S. represents an early American example of direct action which can be viewed, in that regard, as an antecedent to the Animal Liberation Front of today.