Heart-Centered Humans for Animals' Rights and Protection

HARP for Animals​


47 seconds. How to feed the world!

FROM FARM TO FRIDGE. Narrated by Oscar-nominee James Cromwell, star of the "Babe" farm animal movies. Farm to Fridge presents an eye-opening exploration of standard practices on commercial farms. (4:30 min.)

From NonviolenceUnited.org: "A revelation that there/s another way, a better way; we don’t have to stick to old habits. We can save lives, help the planet, and live a life connected to our values. There’s just no stopping once you direct your heart." (11:43 min)

Making the Connection narrated by Joaquin Phoenix. ​"Three primary life forces exist on this planet: nature, animals, and humans. Those who dismiss love of our fellow creatures as mere sentimentality, overlook a good and important part of our humanity." (10 min.)

Compilation of people and perspectives.

From Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary: "Just a plain adorable video of animals having a whale of a time. "If we can live happy and healthy lives without harming others, why wouldn’t we?" ​(1:44 min.)

Toward Rational, Authentic Food Choices

Global Food Security. Why the western diet is unsustainable, leading to food insecurity. A vegan diet is sustainable for everyone as it requires about 1/3 of the water and land to produce plant-sourced foods. (1:47 min.)

​​Melanie Joy, Ph.D., Ed.M. Harvard-educated psychologist, celebrated international speaker, and prolific author. www.carnism.org  (19 min.)

"After 12 years of witnessing the horrors of war and the horrors that world's wildlife is dealing with when ​in Africa, Damien founded the International Anti-Poaching Foundation," and he's now vegan. (12:30 min.)


Planet Earth, Agriculture, and Saving Our Home

101 Reasons to Go Vegan


Happy and free in an animal sanctuary.

Planet Earth - Alive. Beautiful. Stunning mages. (4 min.) 
Are we going to listen to the science and save our home? 

Global Food Security

Why Vegan •  Music video

Explore why the fundamental truth that causing harm for pleasure is not a "personal choice" but an abhorrent abuse
​of power. What connect us, what makes us equal, is as profound as the core reality of our shared sentience. (2 min.)

Celebrates the joy of kind living, depicts ways in which people and the planet are harmed by animal agriculture. and shows solutions. All sentient beings deserve respect and justice. 
​By Evolve Campaigns.  (4 min.)

Excerpts from Earthlings (10 min.)

​​Traceye McQuirter, ofByAnyGreensNecessary.com 
and author of a book with the same name, is a 25-year vegan. Tracey is a seasoned public speaker, nutrition expert, and TV personality. She shares her joy and means of living ​a fabulous life as a healthy vegan. (7:31 min.)

Movie trailer (2 min.). UNITY takes an in-depth look at what it truly means to be human. Director Shaun Monson collaborates with a cast of 100 celebrity narrators, set against the backdrop of compelling visual images. Unity is the second in ​a trilogy produced by Nation Earth.    UnityTheMovement.com

Philip Wollen, Australian of the Year 2007,
former VP Citicorp, and founder of The Winsome Constance Kindness Trust -
www.kindnesstrust.com  (10:14 min.) 

Miyoko Shinner, founder of Miyoko's Kitchen, creater of the best
line of cheese and vegan butter on the planet. Miyoko provides
a comprehensive view of how living by the principle of doing
​the least harm is important for our happiness. (56 min.) 

James Wildman is a Humane Educator for the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida.Wildman "demonstrates facts that break down how our society views and consumes meat, dairy and eggs. Watch with ​an open mind and the way you see food will be forever changed" (Spoon University).​ (1 hr.)

Earth Can Support 10 Billion [Vegans]

Animal Should be Off the Menu, Debate

The first minutes (some graphic scenes) and last few minutes (beautiful scenes) of a profound documentary, narrated by Joaquim Phoenix, that reveals historical and current insights about our relationships with all species. 
​suitable for children under 12.

Farm to Fridge (4:30 min.)