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When is meat-eating justified, if ever? Where’s the harm in dairy and eggs? What about animals who were humanely raised? Jennifer Greene explored these and other questions with a compassionate, nonjudgmental approach that meat-eaters, vegetarians, and vegans alike can appreciate.
Jennifer Greene holds a B.A. from Rice University and a master’s degree in sociology from the University of Michigan. It was during graduate school that Jennifer started taking a closer look at the impact of her own food choices. As an advocate for ethical choices, she favors pragmatism, humility, and encouragement over dogmatism. She is especially interested in understanding the psychological factors which sustain consumption of meat and animal products.
Jennifer is grateful for parents who gave her the freedom of a humanist outlook. A lay leader at the Unitarian Universalist congregation in Sayville, NY, Jennifer is co-author of Demonstrating Our Values through Eating (DOVE), an ethical eating curriculum offered via the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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