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.
After two years of trying to get Chicago Public Health Commissioner Arwady’s attention on live animal markets, activists from Slaughter Free Chicago and Animal Rebellion decided it was time to READ ON
. 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
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
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
WCIU Reporter Diana Guiterrez interviewed Robert Grillo of Free from Harm at City Hall about shutting down illegal slaughterhouses in Chicago.
Slaughterhouses prey on the most vulnerable beings in our society; this includes not only the billions of helpless animals trapped in our violent food system, but also millions of vulnerable READ ON
The return of Canada’s prison farms could be visionary, life-affirming, empathy-inducing, and environment-protecting through green agriculture and animal sanctuary. If, however, we remain blind to the treatment of prisoners, animals 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
As a young child, who loved being outside and connecting with animals, I looked forward to going to my grandparent’s racehorse farm in Pennsylvania each year. Only now, with years READ ON
What the owners and managers of this business are implying by scrawling “Mindful Meats” on the slaughterhouse is that there is something different happening inside this building now, that they READ ON