Wilbur the pig is in danger of being slaughtered until his friend Charlotte the spider steps in to show everyone just how remarkable he really is. Charlotte’s Web is a classic story that has inspired millions of people around the world to make like Charlotte and take a closer look at the animals they consider to be “food.”
Vanishing of the Bees
Bees are dying and disappearing at an alarming, unnatural rate, and Vanishing of the Bees explores exactly how deeply that affects us. Hint: Bees pollinate a third of our food, so we can’t live without them. Show this film as part of a unit on ecosystems or the environment.
Use this film with discretion, as it provides an extremely graphic look into the reality of the ways that humans abuse animals in different industries—including for food, entertainment, clothing, experiments, and personal gain. Narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, this eye-opening look at animal exploitation can be a helpful tool when discussing moral issues in a philosophy course or a business ethics unit.
Forks Over Knives
Perfect for a health or nutrition unit, this film follows two medical experts as they explore how eating vegan can be the solution to so many common health problems that plague our nation. Full of scientific facts and case studies, this film is sure to get your students thinking about vegan eating and how it can help their health and the planet.
Animal Equality India – Deadly Dairy
Dr. Steve Best – We Cannot Bear To Look at the Facts of Reality
India Kandel, Daniela Zysk – Alliances between LGBTQIA*, feminism and animal liberation
Sustainable Vegan Activism: How to Be More Effective and Fulfilled While Advocating Animal Rights