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Sunaura Taylor

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– Professor at UC Berkeley
– Earned PhD in American Studies from NYU
– Book “Beasts of Burden: Animal and Disability Liberation” won 2018 American Book Award
– Work displayed in Smithsonian and other US galleries
– Recipient of 2008 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award

– Book: “Beasts of Burden: Animal and Disability Liberation” published in 2017 by The New Press
ISBN: 978-1620971284

See also:
– List of animal rights advocates

– Assistant Professor at Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, Rausser College of Natural Resources
– Awards from VSA arts and Volkswagen of America, Inc.
– Articles published in various outlets like AlterNet, The Baffler, and HuffPost
– Featured in NPR, Georgia Public Television, and Flagpole Magazine
– Work discussed in Monthly Review, The New Yorker, and In These Times

– Taylor’s work includes animal rights advocacy and disability rights activism
– Taylor is an abolitionist vegan and a wheelchair user
– Active member of Society for Disability Studies
– Taylor’s work has been featured in various films and alongside renowned philosophers
– Taylor has participated in marches for disability rights

Sunaura Taylor (Wikipedia)

Sunaura "Sunny" Taylor (born March 21, 1982) is an American academic, painter, writer and activist for disability and animal rights. She currently resides in Oakland, California, and is assistant professor in the department of environmental science, policy and Management at the University of California, Berkeley.

Sunaura Taylor
BornMarch 21, 1982
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