Animal Liberation is Human Liberation

Welcome to Peace to All Beings. Until we liberate animals from human exploitation and violence, we cannot expect to have true freedom and peace for ourselves. We human beings can awaken to our higher consciousness and embrace a new paradigm of living in harmony, rather than in fear and domination. We can become "Homo Ahimsa," my term for a new nonviolent and kind human, but we must make that choice together. There is hope for our species--hope that we will not continue this war against animals and the earth. Together let us co-create a new culture and heal the wounds humanity has caused to the earth, to each other, and to the animals who share this world with us.

Recent youtubes, films and podcasts


Kate Ballo's Visionary Vegan Woman Summit interview of Judy Carman

7-14-20 Janine Bandcroft's GreenVegan Grandma interview of Judy Carman: Free Your Mind, Reclaim Your Humanity, Go Vegan

8-12-20 Victoria Moran's Main Street Vegan Podcast with me and Milton Mills:

Vegan Spirituality archives of sixty eight (as of August 2020) interviews of vegan spiritual leaders by Judy Carman and Lisa Levinson.

"A Prayer for Compassion" Film by filmmaker, Thomas Jackson, features Judy Carman and many others in an outstanding film in which the connection between spiritual joy and veganism is explored. 

2-6-20 Interview with Debra Graugnard  Judy Carman, Lisa Levinson and Debra explore vegan values in spiritual, ethical, and religious traditions.  

8-28-20 Interview with Michael Lanfield on "Why Positivity and Hope are crucial to Achieving World Peace"

9-12-20 "2020 Vision: A World that works for all"--a little, virtual glimpse at our upcoming 2021 conference.  Lisa Levinson, Rev. Carol Saunders, and I met with a great group of folks and discussed what we'd like to learn and share at the 2021 conference.

9-12-20 Judy Carman and Sulekh Jain discuss Homo Ahimsa, the concept of ahimsa and the beautiful Jain Forgiveness Pledge aired on the Unity Peace Convergence online international summit 

9-14-20 Book Launch for new book--Animal Agriculture is Immoral, featuring contributing authors, Judy Carman, Will Tuttle and others"Animal Agriculture is Immoral" is an anthology of essays from renowned scholars describing why it is time for humanity to label the routine subjugation and exploitation of non-human animals as immoral. It is only when we recognize a practice as immoral that we finally turn the tide on its normalcy. Past examples include human slavery, gender discrimination and apartheid.
Pramoda Chitrabanu, Dr. Will Tuttle, Lewis Regenstein, Brandon Burr, Hope Bohanec, Jason Glasson, Jeff Cohan, Judy Carman, Lisa Levinson, Rabbi David Rosen, Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, Rabbi Yonatan Neril, Richard Swartz, So Fasrus, Suzanne King, Steve Kaufman, Victoria Moran, Dan Brook

9-17-20 Interfaith Vegan Coalition and vegan spirituality panel including Judy Carman, discussing IVC and VS projects on the Unity Peace Convergence.

9-18-20 Talk about my new book: Homo Ahimsa: Who we really are and how we're going to save the world on the international online Unity Peace Convergence Summit

9-30-20 On Carissa Kranz's show with Will Tuttle.  Carissa says, "Do you choose to live in conscious alignment with compassion and kindness? Or do you choose to dismiss the choice and unconsciously contribute to the systematic violence and mass murder that is destroying our planet and health? Join attorney anchor Carissa Kranz and guests Dr. Will Tuttle & Judy Carman for a thought provoking and enlightening discussion." on saving the world, enlightenment, and liberation.

10-1-20 Interview of Judy by Sarah Bowen, Dean of Interfaith Seminary, for the Spiritualtarian Series--"Animals, Peace and Prayer.  "In this vidcast, I chat with Judy Carman, author of "Peace to All Beings" and "Homo Ahimsa" about her compassionate work on behalf of the more-than-human world, including the Worldwide Prayer Circle for Animals."

10-12-20 Judy Carman and Sailesh Rao discuss the urgent necessity to become Homo Ahimsa. Sailesh reads a impassioned "Letter to the Western World" by an indigenous woman from the Amazon.

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