Animals and you

It’s all connected, how we treat each other and how we treat non-human animals. Emancipation and inclusivity among humans go hand in hand with emancipation of non-human animals. This and because I have experience with a wide range of animals as well as with bird rehab is why I may also be able to help you with humane wildlife deterrence. It’s all connected.

Below are relevant videos. Within the realm of legal scholarship and bioethics, the field of animal rights is taking up increasingly more attention.

Bede Carmody at TEDxCanberra: A bird they called dinner

Simone Reyes at TEDxOrangeCoast: Animal rights — birth of an activist

Carl Safina at TEDxMidAtlantic: What animals are thinking and feeling, and why it should matter

Lawyer Lesli Bisgould at TEDxUofT: It’s time to re-evaluate our relationship with animals

Lawyer Glenn Cohen at TEDxCambridge: Are There Non-human Persons? Are There Non-person Humans?

Lawyer Saskia L. Stucki on The “Animal Person” as Legal Persons: Personhood Beyond the Human: (talk given at Yale)

Lucy Perkins on NPR site: Chimps In Habeas Corpus Case Will No Longer Be Used For Research

David Kravets in Ars Technica: No habeas corpus; chimps are lab “property”

Mihnea Tanasescu in Scientific American: Rivers Get Human Rights: They Can Sue to Protect Themselves

Antonio Regolado in Technology Review: Human-Animal Chimeras Are Gestating on U.S. Research Farms

J.B. MacKinnon in The Atlantic: It’s Tough Being a Right Whale These Days