Joan Reddy

88 Articles

Bio

Joan Reddy is a professional photographer, writer, animal rights activist, and environmentalist. Joan holds a Masters degree in English Literature from the University of Toronto, and a Masters of Environmental Studies from York University, in Toronto, where her thesis focused on Animal Rights. Through her writing, Joan wants to help to educate the public about the way animals are abused and exploited, in cultures around the world. Joan is also founder and president of the Federal registered non-profit organization "International Communication for Animal Justice." Her organization's website can be found at www.internationalcommunicationforanimaljustice.org, and her professional profile on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/pub/joan-reddy/22/999/449.

Articles

Cesar Millan Says That Killing the Pit Bull Breed is Genocide

in Animals, Causes, Film/TV, News, Top News, Video

World renowned dog whisperer, Cesar Millan, says that the humans are committing genocide against the pit bull breed of dogs.

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Peter Dinklage Became a Vegetarian for Love of Animals and a Girl

in Eats, News, Top News, Vegetarian

Although Dinklage has been a vegetarian for most of his adult life, he claims that he doesn’t frequent vegetarian restaurants and has given up on mock meats.

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Chimpanzee Inmates Break Out of the Kansas City Zoo

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

The Kansas City Zoo had to temporarily shut down its premises when seven chimpanzees masterminded an escape plan and put it into action. Primates share ninety-eight percent of human DNA,

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New York Ban on Horse Drawn Carriages Will Happen This Year

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that although he had to push back the ban on horse-drawn carriages, he is still very committed to the cause and that it will

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SeaWorld Denied Appeal of Safety Citations

in Animals, Causes, Featured, News, People

The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., denied SeaWorld’s appeal of safety citations issued by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), following the death of veteran trainer

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Paris Zoo To Re-Open Without Bears or Elephants

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

After a multimillion-euro (dollar) makeover, the Zoological Park of Paris, also known as the Zoo de Vincennes, is re-opening its gates to the public.

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Bourdain Finally Appreciates Vegetarian Cuisine

in Eats, Film/TV, News, Top News

World-renowned chef, author, and Emmy-winning television personality Anthony Bourdain, has finally admitted to liking vegetarian cuisine – but he had to go halfway around the world to Punjab, India to

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