No Time For Hate. The World Needs Our Help For The Future.


We believe in inclusion for all of our human family. Every race, color, national origin, sex, gender, religion or age, this site is for conscious-minded people that want to learn about compassion for animals. As compassionate vegans we are against all forms of oppression and take a stand with our human family. Information for progressing in human rights is also listed here to help you understand the issues and to move forward with due diligence.

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In Solidarity,


Barbara Whitsitt & The VegRules Team


Help Save Humanity.

You Can Change Hate. Fight for Equality.

Daily Actions

8 Everyday Ways to Fight Racism.

We Stand Together With Black Lives Matter

Vegans For Anti-Racism

Love . Justice . Peace .

We all must be treated equally in order to evolve to a peaceful planet. Erase the hate and evil that has divided the world.
End RacismStop Hate

Next Steps

Learn About Black History.

Ten “Must Watch” Black History Documentaries – PBS

14 Powerful Documentaries To Stream For Black History Month – Bustle




Bingeworthy: 7 documentaries to watch about race and policing -The Cap Times

Five Truths About Black History – ACLU

17 books by black authors that are shaping our conversation about race – Mashable

A Modern Media Company made for the Change Generation. – OZY

…dedicated to African American literature and Black Literature from around the world. We celebrate Black culture, through books, for ALL readers to enjoy. – AALBC

The 50 Best Films by Black Directors – WNYC

Equal Standard

EQUAL STANDARD will not only take you through the storm, it will show you that racism is only a mental chain – a chain that can and will be broken in spite of insecurities, beliefs or differences.

African American History Month –

A collaborative project of the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.

10 Black Authors Everyone Should Read – PBS


National Civil Rights Museum

Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies. –

Daryl Davis, TEDxNaperville

40 best African American books, according to the NAACP – NBC News

Why Black Lives Matter NOW – Ellis Fearon, TEDxYouth@AEL

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