Nice stop motion (and you know I hate stop motion, but this is good) on food ethics, a video commissioned by Chipotle to probably boost their image among their hipster costumers who dont realize this is just a farce (see the other video below for some though provoking perspectives). Basically Chipotle, like any capitalistic enterprise could care less about a sustainable system that is ethical and ecologically friendly if it doesnt bring in revenue. Watch the video with that in mind, because its fairly informative in a way that is creative and effective in conveying information in a nutshell. Also, how to scam chiptole in an "ethical" way lol: Here
The National Geographic is droppin' some knowledge. I know some School of Public Health student is probably furious about this video for one reason or another, but I will say this: it puts things into perspective and highlights the need for social justice. The fact of the matter is, so I argue, we have a social responsibility to our fellow human being. We should help in whatever manner we can (spoken like a deontologist)
Here is Peter Singer's argument (argued from a consequentialist framework) for why we should donate money as a means of helping. His original paper ("Famine, Affluence, and Morality") published in the premier applied ethics journal can be found here as well.