Lantern Publishing & Media is your source for books, content, and dialogue on animal rights, veganism, humane education, social justice, spirituality, and wellness and recovery.
Lantern Publishing & Media (LPM) publishes diverse content, convenes with thought leaders, practitioners, and influencers, and consults and collaborates with like-minded organizations. We publish books and promote ideas for those wanting to live with a greater depth and commitment to the preservation of the natural world. Lantern also distributes books published by the American Mental Health Foundation, which focuses on the welfare of people with mental disorders, with a particular concern for at-risk youth, individuals of any age with special needs, and elders.
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Racism as Zoological Witchcraft: A Guide to Getting Out reviewed on The Catalyst News
“We should strive for multidimensional activism that allows us to question everything we think that we know. This guide invites us into a confusing, new, sometimes scary, but possibly liberating space. In short, you might be uncomfortable after reading this book, but maybe we need to be.”Read More
Brotha Vegan Named Top Book of 2021
In February the Institute for Critical Animal Studies named Brotha Vegan one of the “Top Five Books on Race and Animal Liberation,” and we just received word that the book has been selected as one of the best books published in the field in 2021, and is listed as a Critical Animal Studies Book of the Year.Read more
Excerpt from The Supremacist Syndrome
“In this absorbing, passionately argued, and deeply researched volume, independent scholar Peter Marsh examines the supremacist thinking that underlies the structures of oppression, and argues for equity, engagement, and reciprocity among peoples and in relationship to other animals.”—Jim Mason, author An Unnatural OrderRead more