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How Vegans Got Folded Into the Right-Wing Response to the Coronavirus

Of ‘bunny huggers’ and rabbit holes, losing allies, and finding myself after the pandemic

Illustration: John Beske

Before I can tell you this story, I have to tell you a little bit about me. I promise it won’t be too much. I want you to know that I am someone who believes that not everything has an answer, not…




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Marla Rose

Marla Rose

Marla Rose is a Chicago-area writer and co-founder of VeganStreet.com and VeganStreetMedia.com.

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