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Celebrating 9 Years of Victories

Celebrating 9 Years of Victories

On April 14, we celebrate our 9th birthday. In 2015, Humane Action Pittsburgh was founded in a church basement when 45 dreamers assembled and dared to ask, “What if.” Now, with 26 HAP-initiated pieces of legislation signed into law, we’d like to look back at some of...
Protecting Pollinators

Protecting Pollinators

This blog post was done by a guest blogger from St.Vicent College Micheal Fekete Why are pollinators needed? To keep gardens and food supplies healthy, pollen is needed. Pollinating animals include birds, bats, butterflies, beetles, and most importantly, bees!...

The 2023 Pittsburgh Vegan Expo

Did you know that Pittsburgh has a plethora of vegan events throughout the year? The vegan community runs strongly throughout the ‘Burgh, and one of the biggest ones is coming up next week! July 8th and 9th will provide two days of vegan food, art, musical...

The Power of HAP’s Education Programs

John F. Kennedy once said, “The future promise of any nation can be directly measured by the present prospects of its youth”. Thus, I think it’s safe to say that our future is bright in terms of building a more sustainable future thanks to the passionate students...

Vegan Recipes You Have to Try

  Frankei’s Homemade Granola Did you know that 31 million Americans skip breakfast every day? Normally due to lack of time or being too busy. We take the message to not skip breakfast as a recommendation or simply good advice that is optional to follow at best....

The Perfect Vegan Weekend in Pittsburgh

Since its deindustrialization in the 70s, Pittsburgh has been a city that is often overlooked when it comes to tourism. With a wide variety of attractions, ranging from art to food to great nature, this city is a paragon for the best of both worlds: small-town charm...