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Chinese Stars Support UNDP AIDS Awareness Campaign

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Now for more AIDS awareness news from elsewhere in the world. Basketball player Yao Ming and actor Pu Cunxin will be appearing in 200,000 posters all over China soon in an AIDS awareness campaign, entitled “We Are Friends,” launched by the United Nations Development Programme.

After years of denying that AIDS was a problem, Chinese leaders have shifted gears dramatically in recent years, confronting the disease more openly and promising anonymous testing, free treatment for the poor and a ban on discrimination against people with the virus.

It’s a pretty big step for the country to really start addressing the problem and to actually make an effort to stop stigmatizing people afflicted with the disease, so we definitely applaud the move they’ve made.

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Prisons profit from exploiting life and labour

Most young workers don’t want anything to do with manual labour jobs in meat and dairy, and as a result, a large majority of agricultural workers are marginalized people

If you’re mourning Sudan the rhino, go vegan

The world needs more vegans because more than dollars or pledges or sad-emoji riddled posts, our individual efforts can stop the demand for horns, for zoos, for animal flesh, and for the exploitation of any living being.

Criticize veganism, but don’t discredit it

Oppressive and harmful behaviour has no place in a movement rooted in anti-oppression.