Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, has a chapter in the book, Africa and her animals: Philosophical and Practical Perspectives. This book is edited by Rainer Ebert & Anteneh Roba, with a forward by J. M. Coetzee. This book challenges the common view that animals are essentially inferior to human beings: it is both the start of a long overdue conversation and a call to action. Mia’s chapter is called “A rush toward industrial animal agriculture: Africa joins the race, but what does winning look like?” The book is divided into five parts: “Animals and Philosophy in Africa;” “Animals, Religion and Society in Africa;” “African Animals in Law, Legislation and Policy;” “The Use of Animals in Africa;” and “Public Health, the Environment and African Wildlife.” Each part focuses on a different aspect of the relationship between humans and other animals in Africa. Mia’s chapter is in “The Use of Animals in Africa.” The book can be pre-ordered here and will soon be added elsewhere online.