Watch the fourth installment of our new speaker series, Sentient Sessions, for valuable insights and advice from a veteran investigative journalist.
The plant-based travel show, Highway to Health, takes the viewers through fascinating places around the world. Find out what’s in store for season one.
In the second installment of Sentient Sessions, Christopher Sebastian explains the importance of fact-checking and lays out the tools you’ll need to master it.
The mini-documentary chronicles pigs’ harrowing 700-mile journey across the American southwest, exposing widespread corporate misconduct that threatens public health.
Watch the first installment of our new speaker series, Sentient Sessions, for tips and tricks on rising to the top of your editor’s inbox.
This video includes graphic images some readers may find disturbing. Cruel and excruciating methods are being used to kill thousands of pigs that have become commercially worthless during the pandemic.
Plant-based campaigners Million Dollar Vegan explain the fundamental changes necessary to avoid the next pandemic. Experts warn that if we don’t act now, we may not have another chance to.
Chickens are social animals–until we take their freedom away. They form groups, make friends, and help each other grow. Meet Hens of the Hills microsanctuary founder, Deirdre Duhan, and see what happens when this group of rescued hens get back their right to live.
With much of the world on lockdown tracking the death toll and flight cancellations, no one is questioning why we are in the midst of the worst global pandemic in over a century, Sentient Media delves into the origin story.
New footage from Animal Equality shows the disturbing reality inside an Italian pig slaughterhouse. The violence is savage, but not outside the norm.
In an exclusive interview, United Nations Secretary General António Guterres said we are losing the race against climate catastrophe, but a Green New Deal can help.
The Guardian just released aerial footage showing the desolation left in the wake of fires that have swept the Amazon rainforest over the past month.
Corporate lobbying efforts at Subway, Dunkin’, and McDonald’s are playing an increasingly effective role in animal advocacy.
Activist Cassie King is currently facing seven felonies for helping animals trapped in factory farms. But the charges are not stopping her.
Plant-based meat and the fantastic array of proudly “fake” and animal-free meat alternatives are changing the look and the value of protein as we know it.
Animal Equality just released new footage of extreme animal suffering on three chicken farms that supply the large restaurant chains and grocers in the UK.
While unfortunate in its timing, target, and implementation, the disruption at the MoveOn event raises important questions about how politicians view the treatment of animals. However, the animal rights movement needs to be mindful about its allies and make more friends, not fewer.
As consumer demand for non-animal proteins increases – for reasons of health, climate impact, and animal suffering – many fast food competitors are putting plant-based food on their menus. McDonald’s is not so fast.
Beyond Meat IPO’s is ringing all kinds of bells. Shares soared 167% on its debut last week. The valuation: $3.8 billion. What’s next for Wall Street’s freshest face?
Former undercover investigator Geoff Regier takes us inside the disturbing world of factory farming, where 25 million chickens are killed for food every day—just in the United States.
A sign posted inside the farm read, “What happens in the barn, stays in the barn,” an explicit reminder of the industry’s aversion to transparency.
In his latest TEDx Talk, Earthling Ed pulls the rug out from under the entire modern food system, leaving us with one lingering question. Why are we just hearing about this now?
More than 1,000 mother pigs were found suffering miserable lives in crates at one of British Columbia’s largest pig farms. PETA’s investigation spurred direct action by hundreds of activists over the weekend.
In this third episode of Animal Matters Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald and Sentient Media co-founder Grant Lingel discuss the ethical and philosophical precepts of the animal rights movement.
Lunches at public schools in America lack proper nutrition. This mother-turned-founder is taking it upon herself to build an educational curriculum for her daughter that aligns with her vegan values.
In this second episode of Animal Matters Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald and Sentient Media co-founder Grant Lingel discuss the political leanings and the associated values around the animal rights movement.
Animal Matters is a series of video discussions with Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald, and Sentient Media co-founder Grant Lingel. In this first episode Glenn and Grant talk about why animal rights are important for them personally and introduce the series and its goals.
In this video of his first podcast episode, the popular animal rights activist Earthling Ed, known for his Socratic debating style, takes a detailed look at some recent media attention that his work and arguments of other animal rights activists have garnered
When asked about the sustainability standards about its meat suppliers – Tyson and Cargill specifically…
Animal Matters is a new video series featuring the Pulitzer winner Glenn Greenwald and Sentient Media’s Grant Lingel. The series will discuss all matters related to animals, animal rights, factory farming, and the political, moral, cultural, and economic considerations surrounding these matters.