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The Humane League
The Humane League is an international nonprofit organization that works to end the abuse of animals raised for food through institutional and individual change.
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In its illogical support of Big Dairy, the U.S. government is misleading the public and padding the pockets of one industry over another.
By Jennifer Barckley in Animal Rights | The Humane League, Earth | Food | Life | English | March 2022
Americans eat more meat per capita than any other country, even though meat consumption is linked to heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
By Jennifer Barckley in Environment | Earth | Food | Life, The Humane League | English
Chickens are among the most abused animals in the world.
In Animal Rights | The Humane League | English
Factory farms are harmful to animals, the environment, local communities, and public health. We need a more logical and just food system.
By Vicky Bond in Animal Rights | Earth | Food | Life, The Humane League | English
The Humane League began as a tiny grassroots nonprofit in 2005—protesting foie gras on bitterly cold nights at local restaurants in Philadelphia. It has since grown into an effective and global nonprofit organization. Their research arm, The Humane League, conducts studies and makes practical recommendations to inform future strategies and tactics. Their outreach organization, The Humane League, is a global coalition of organizations united in a common goal: to end the abuse of chickens worldwide.
Jennifer Barckley is the vice president of communications at The Humane League.
Vicky Bond is a veterinary surgeon, animal welfare scientist, and the president of The Humane League.
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