121 Using Violent Imagery in Activism

Today we chat philosophically about using violent imagery in our vegan activism, specifically around efficacy, consent, and the objectification of animals.  

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This week we kick it old school by tackling an issue from a philosophical standpoint: violent imagery in activism. We first briefly review two studies that look at the efficacy of violent imagery in activism; then we move onto consent, namely the consent of the viewer; and then we finish up by talking about how graphic images can objectify the victims. Joke in the Middle:
What do you call a bear with no teeth?

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