“Reducetarian” founder Brian Kateman took issue with the news that famed Eleven Madison Park, a Michelin 3-star restaurant in New York City, announced it was converting its menu to full-on READ ON
Last Thursday we delivered a public comment at the NPR Directors Board Meeting about their thoughtless reporting on animal-related issues and their refusal to report on the serious public health READ ON
At a recent online symposium on animal law, an audience member asked an all-too-common question which goes something like this: Since we are not going to see 100% of people READ ON
Call and email Health Commissioner Arwady to express your outrage at Slaughter Free Chiago’s footage from Aden Live Poultry and urge her to shut them down immediately.
. Activism is about pushing open the Overton Window, shifting societies attitudes about an injustice from indifference to empathy. That’s the hard work we must do and that every impactful READ ON
The industry that grinds up billions of male chicks, rips out the testicles of newborn piglets, and anally electrocutes unwanted dairy calves as a method of killing is now telling READ ON
Most of us have had our share of regrettable and unpleasant exchanges on Facebook that have left us wanting to retreat from people, groups and even activism for animals.
Free from Harm has always worked for positive change in the world for all species, including the human ones, and for the survival and healing of our ailing planet. Our READ ON
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, we are stunned by the lack of reporting on the source of the problem. Finally, after weeks of sparse coverage, we are beginning to see the READ ON
“Predictable, inevitable, preventable.” Those are the words of Wendy Orent, an anthropologist specializing in health and pandemics, in describing the Novel Coronavirus outbreak.
For me, the modern chicken industry is an expression of humankind at its worst. My visit last night to Ciales slaughterhouse in Bucktown to document the delivery of birds showed READ ON
As I was preparing to speak on a panel on the subject of so-called “factory farming,” I felt compelled to question what this powerful slogan even means.
When I learned about Sally’s rescue from a Chicago slaughterhouse we have been working on closing, I knew what this rescue would expose. I’ve been inside this place. I’ve seen READ ON
The 50 activists who shut down a 60-million dollar slaughterhouse in 12 days should serve as a huge inspiration to many. It demonstrates what is possible when a small yet READ ON
Lately, I’ve seen many social media friends express their excitement and enthusiasm over the introduction of plant-based meat offerings at fast food chains and giant big box supermarkets.
The question we must ask as Illinoisans is whether our governor can claim to have a progressive agenda as he gleefully supports an industry that profits on climate catastrophe, environmental READ ON
It’s not news that food choices are a critical factor in curbing the unfolding climate crisis we face. We know that both the energy sector and agricultural sector need radical READ ON
I first learned about Karen Davis and United Poultry Concerns in 2009 when exploring ways to better understand and care for my first family of adopted chickens. I was immediately READ ON
One of the most frequently expressed concerns about ending animal farming is what will happen to the workers and/or businesses if and when this change happens? The same concerns are READ ON
When we say, ‘Everything eats and is eaten,’ we are also implying a conclusion which is something like, “Therefore eating animals is justified because it’s natural.” But there are many READ ON