"What does it take...for us to evolve beyond violenceas a specie...whether violence as in war or against children ?"
Jane is our EcoHeroine for November, and her tireless work on behalf of all innocent beings, whether children who have been abducted or "farm" animals, Jane Velez-Mitchell heroically defends the weak against the perpetrators who would abuse them.
Jane asks the big questions bravely and confronts the massive issues, such as violence against women, calling it, sanely, "the war against women", marches in Farm Animals Day Movement with Farm Sanctuary in order to publicize - and she puts it in her show ! - the millions of people who want, whether they eat meat or not - for all animals to be treated humanely, and Jane also stands up for missing or exploited children - all issues we at Eco Magazine strongly support!
Here, we cite and celebrate EcoHeroines.
They come in all types, from all over the world.
Some are famous, some should be famous.
Do you know of any Ecoheroes or EcoHeroines we should all be applauding?
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Here are just a few EcoHeroines, and more will be added all the time!
Coretta Scott King
This lovely and loving EcoHeroine needs no introduction. She's been a heroine all her life, and a savior to our wild ape cousins, and now she's the foremost Ambassador for the wild of all - let's all applaud her and assist her in every way with her efforts to enlighten all the kids of the world about how rad all animals are, and about how to protect them!
MadonnaWhose long been a vegan, or had been, and now we salute her for heroically adopting a gorgeous little boy from Africa, thereby making adoption of needy kids and babies the coolest thing to do, along with �
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Who also adopted needy children! And
Mia Farrow, the Angelic looking and Angelic-soulled being who started the celebritrend !