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What is Wrong with Some People?

Taco & Rico. 2 alpacas who got handed the short end of the stick in the caretaker department. I first heard about them when the abattoir was called to come and shoot them because the current owner no longer wanted them. 888 more words

Extreme Sports

Many of you probably saw that the Westminster Dog Show recently crowned its top pooch but how boring is that? They walk around in circles, they have their teeth checked, they try desperately not to pee on the Astroturf lest they lose the title they don’t even understand. 375 more words

Everyday Musings

Be responsible!

I don’t normally post gorey stuff or like to blog about things that will upset people, but feel that this has to be highlighted.  My friend left her house the other night to walk one of her dogs (on lead) and encountered a lady who had her two dogs off lead (and I might add no leads with her).  432 more words

Refreshed. Refocused. Ambassador Pit Bull Alliance.

We believe that the greatest change happens when we work together. October is Pit Bull Awareness Month and also marks our three year anniversary, making this the perfect time to share some big news. 50 more words

Community Support

Letter to President Faust from Department of San Miguel

Corrientes Capital, December 5, 2013

Dear Harvard University President Drew Faust:

We write to you on behalf of the communities affected by your plantations in the Department of San Miguel. 372 more words

Harvard purchases $60mil+ in California vineyards

As the Crimson reported yesterday, Harvard has purchased around $60 million of vinelands in California through Brodiaea, a fully-owned company.

Harvard Management Company, the in-house management firm that oversees the University’s  356 more words

Responsible Ownership

Media Advisory: SHAME Tour of Harvard Next Week


Two organizers from Corrientes, Argentina will visit Cambridge, Mass.

Cambridge, MA—On Saturday, April 5, two organizers from the communities most affected by Harvard’s timber plantations will arrive in Cambridge, Massachusetts for an 11-day tour and week of action sponsored by the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition. 355 more words