Jane Unchained News Network has published a new article covering the Humane Party, which emerged in 2009 as the U.S.’s … More
Victory! Humane Party Proposal Gains Unanimous Support from Democrat-Republicans in the Senate
The Humane Party‘s call for a national holiday celebrating the end of human slavery has now gained the unanimous endorsement … More
Massive surge of support bodes well as Humane Party celebrates 12th anniversary
The events of 2020-21 have engendered a massive, worldwide surge of support for Humane Party positions that had previously been … More
Humane Party Working Locally
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.
Happy Earth Day, and Happy 11th Anniversary to the Humane Party!
Now that 2020 has arrived, it seems like ages have passed since the HP’s “2020 Vision” booth was first deployed … More
The Abolitionists (2013), Amazing Grace (2006), and Schindler’s List (1993): Recommended Viewing
History holds a treasure trove of resources for vegan, abolitionist, animal rights activists, but many of these resources remain untapped by the movement. This omission can, one hopes, be partly remedied through articles and film dramatizations pointing to information about moments in history from which readers and viewers can extract valuable lessons, glean techniques, and draw moral support.
Humane Party Presidential Candidate 2020 Election
The Humane Party is happy to announce that Clifton Roberts will be the 2020 Humane Party Presidential Candidate.
Vegan Nation Interviews U.S. Presidential Candidates
Tune in to Vegan Nation and discover The Humane Party Presidential Primary candidates, Robert Mason and Clifton Roberts.
Humane Party Presidential Primary
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.
Running Out of Nots
A poem on veganism as integral nonviolence
Comparison of Protein and Caloric Energy (KCal) Produced Per Acre on U.S. Farms
Through a series of publications the Humane Party’s Economic Transition Team has revealed that the United States agriculture system needs to be converted 100% to plant-based agriculture. The Economic Transition Team is now happy to announce that it has completed its report on Comparing Protein and Caloric Energy (Kcal) Produced per Acre on US Farms.
Humane National Committee (USA): Class B seat clusters published for 30-day public-comment period
In 2018, the overall parameters for the Humane National Committee were finalized by the Humane Party after expiration of the associated public-comment period and internal review. Assignment for the seats of Class A, which takes a geography-based approach related to that used in the U.S. House of Representatives, was also finalized after public comment and review. Proposed seat clusters for Class B are today published through The Humane Herald for public comment. The public is invited to comment on these proposed seats during the next 30 days.
Earth Day, Humane Party 10-year Anniversary and Inaugural Presidential Primary
Today is Earth Day, and today is the 10th anniversary of the Humane Party, which was founded on the fundamental ideas of abolition of exploitation. The party’s hundreds of volunteers and thousands of followers see the necessity of such a party when the current political parties always seem to offer more of the same. The Humane Party’s platform is different. It is far-reaching and encompasses ideals beyond safeguarding the environment and ending the suffering of species.
Milestones from the Humane Party’s first ten years
In recognition of the Humane Party’s 10th birthday, here’s a brief account of some milestones from the organization’s first decade. … More
The Point of No Return, with Coda
The human animal has shot
most of the whole to hell
So what’s left needs to be dedicated to the others.
Humane Party Jobs Report: Assessing the Exploitation of Animals in the United States’ Agriculture, Food, and Related Industries Sectors
In 2017 the United States raised over 9.63 billion land-based animals. This number includes cows, veal (baby cows), cows for their milk, chickens, chickens for their eggs, turkeys, goats and sheep (both for their meat and their wool). There are also aquatic species (both wild and cultivated) as well as bees for honey. This massive industrial raising of animals for food and fiber requires a complex system of workers. Not all jobs are equal in their exploitation of the specific animal species. In order to fully assess which jobs are most exploitative, we have created a classification system.