Since launching our innovative Pay-Per-View program last June, where we offer passersby $1.00 to watch a 4-minute video depicting the atrocious treatment of farmed animals followed by an in-depth discussion on animal agriculture and how food choices can prevent cruelty and suffering, we have reached over 10,000 individuals and spared hundreds of thousands of animals from harsh living conditions and horrible deaths!

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Thinking about attending this year’s AR Conference, but not sure if you can afford it? Think again!

At FARM, we understand that money is not a luxury most of us have; that’s why we strive to ensure our conference is all inclusive and most importantly—affordable. Bringing everyone across the animal rights movement together is vital to this annual gathering and to the mission of the movement itself. That’s why we offer low discounted rates, scholarship programs, work scholar opportunities, free exhibits and much more. The AR Conference is a place for everyone, so come join us!

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Another amazing organization to receive a grant from our Sabina Fund is the Kairos Coalition; which promotes grassroots advocacy and youth volunteerism to further humane education objectives worldwide. FARM is thrilled to support this group’s collaboration with a budding animal rights youth community in Vietnam to plan and conduct a national Animal Rights Propaganda Poster Contest.

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This is the question many commuters are being presented with thanks to FARM’s current bus advertising campaign. For the month of January, the bus ad could be seen throughout the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and this month, folks in the Dallas, Texas area can view the ad.

This straight-forward question is depicted on a photograph of a cat and a pig and is intended to spark conversation and personal reflection. Most individuals don’t stop to really question why we treat some animals one way while we treat other animals in another way. Think about it: Why as a nation, have we decided that cats are “pets” and pigs are food? Why are dogs considered companion animals and cows are a pair of shoes?

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For last year's Meatout, these Florida volunteers held a tabling event and greeted beach goers with vegan food samples.

Have you started planning your Meatout event? Now is the time!

On (or around) March 20, thousands of caring people in all 50 states and two dozen other countries encourage their friends, families, and communities to “kick the meat habit” and explore a wholesome, compassionate diet of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

FARM’s Meatout program is the world’s largest grassroots diet education campaign. Its purpose is to expose the public to the joys and benefits of a plant-based diet, while promoting the availability and selection alternatives to meat and dairy in mainstream grocery stores, restaurants, and catering operations.
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