Bay Area Vegetarians’ Food for Thought book club is now meeting monthly. We will be discussing general non-fiction veg/AR books on odd-numbered months, and animal rights philosophy books on even-numbered months. Most meetings are held in San Francisco, but we occasionally have meetings on the Peninsula.
Future books include Case for Animal Rights by Tom Regan, Ethics into Action: Henry Spira and the Animal Rights Movement by Peter Singer, and Slaughterhouse by Gail Eisnitz.
If you’d like to share a suggestion for a great book to read, please comment with your suggestion!
If you’re interested in learning more about the Food for Thought Book Club, please see the event calendar for upcoming book discussions or join our Food for Thought Book Club list, which is a very low-volume yahoogroups list dedicated to book club organizing.
Jan – Appetite for Profit
Mar – Striking at the Roots
May – Animal Rights discussion based on Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation
July – The Longest Struggle
Jan – For the Prevention of Cruelty: The History and Legacy of Animal Rights Activism
Mar – Making Burros Fly
May – Eternal Treblinka
Sept – Specious Science
Nov – Sexual Politics of Meat
January – Dominion
March – Vegan Freaks
May – The China Study
July – Free the Animals
Sept – Pleasurable Kingdom
Nov – Committed: A Rabble-Rouser’s Memoir
Feb – Animal Liberation
July – The Pig Who Sang to the Moon
Aug – The Way We Eat, Why Our Food Choices Matter
Nov – Living Among Meat Eaters