HOLIDAY CARDS 1998 +1999
The 1998 holiday card was in response to President Bill Clinton's welfare "reform." The greeting cards were mailed to the Welfare Department, politicians, allies, colleagues and friends. Engaging in a guerrilla action, THINK AGAIN swapped their PEACE AMONG MEN, POVERTY AMONG WOMEN cards with existing boxed sets of holiday cards for sale in stores.
HOLIDAY CARD 1999
The 1999 holiday card addressed the lives of non-human animals and the environment.
We live on a gigantic farm, one occasionally broken up by cities, forests and oceans. There is no other single human activity that has a bigger impact on the planet than the raising of livestock. Livestock production — which includes meat, milk and eggs — uses one-third of the world’s fresh water. About 30% of the world’s total ice-free surface is used not to raise grains, fruits and vegetables that would be directly fed to human beings, but to support the chickens, pigs and cattle that humans eat. A staggering 51% of global greenhouse-gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture. According to a United Nations report, a global shift toward a vegan diet is necessary to combat the worst effects of climate change.
The quote on the card is by Issac Bashevis Singer (1904-1991)