Part tiny outlet of vegan snacks, I might live in Texas but I keep my sox in Boston shirt, part hangout for vegan students, and part headquarters for organizing, it was a cozy little hideaway for vegans but also a potentially effective vegan maker. A few people wearing vegan shirts and with vegan stickers on their laptops reclined in the chairs in the corner and sat online. We saw Wayne Hsiung, the founder of Direct Action Everywhere, sitting at a long table with others on the other side of the space, likely planning future actions.
I might live in Texas but I keep my sox in Boston shirt, hoodie, sweater and v-neck t-shirt
Best I might live in Texas but I keep my sox in Boston shirt
They sold Matt Gauck patches there. I might live in Texas but I keep my sox in Boston shirt. We couldn’t afford to get anything, though. Direct Action Everywhere is very culty, and the bulk of their particular brand of animal rights “outreach/activism” is indisputably ineffective and does nothing more than make vegans look even crazier to the outside world. They boast how active they’ve gotten vegans to get in the name of animals, but the quality of that “activism” negates the quantity, in my opinion. Thankfully, their presence was very bare on the inside of this otherwise awesome shop, where many students are likely to wander inside and maybe be inspired to change how they’re living their lives.