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Kelly Witwicki
Executive Director at . Animal advocate focused on effective movement strategy. Guardian to two rescued chickens.
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Sentience Institute Aug 13
Based on the recently published 2016 FAO data, we estimate that 65-200 billion animals are farmed globally, 87-96% of whom endure confinement and misery on factory farms. Details:
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Kelly Witwicki Jul 9
We already knew we’d spend our lives together, but I’m still full of butterflies. 💕
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Sentience Institute Jun 25
Here are 3 big ways advocates can be more effective 1. Shift from an individual focus to an institutional focus. 2. Stop using gimmicks such as sexualized images of women. 3. Maintain a moral focus when promoting animal-free food technology.
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Jay Shooster Apr 25
Honestly crying tears of joy. Thanks to everyone at for your leadership and for your commitment to justice for all.
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Sentience Institute Apr 23
We're hiring a researcher to help us study the most effective strategies for expanding humanity's moral circle. Main qualifications are a PhD (or comparable research experience) and affinity for the topic.
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Kelly Witwicki Apr 9
Things can change pretty quickly. Let’s keep them changing for the better.
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Kelly Witwicki Mar 28
Worth reading in full. “... when your explorations of these debates don’t seem to understand [context], you feed the worst fears of the PC culture you’re trying to calm.”
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Kelly Witwicki Mar 19
Regulation clearly does not, despite USDA assertions, ensure the humane treatment of farmed animals. Eventually we will need to ban animal farming altogether if we are to prevent this cruelty.
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FauxFurEver Mar 14
Versace Will Stop Using Fur in Their Collections According to Dame Donatella
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Jacy Reese Mar 14
My talk is out! I argue that social change and food technology (e.g. , real meat made w/out animal slaughter) are leading us to the end of animal farming. Thanks so much for everyone's support. Please share widely!
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Nil Zacharias Mar 14
Listen to this fascinating conversation I had with about the path to a predominantly food system, and ultimately, the end of animal farming
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Lewis Bollard Mar 6
Just in case you ever believed factory farmers when they said they oppose regulation bc they want to let the market decide via
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Greenpeace PressDesk Mar 4
Greenpeace calls for decrease in meat and dairy production and consumption for a healthier planet. Media release >>
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Kelly Witwicki Mar 2
Ashamed to say I’ve been an animal advocate for five years without reading ’s Green Is The New Red. I am now, and want every advocate to do the same. The history of the animal and environmental movements’ repression is astounding and rousing.
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Steven Pinker Feb 25
Will human progress be extended to animals? The Co-Founder of the Sentience Institute is cautiously hopeful. via
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Jacy Reese Feb 19
. argues the world is getting better. What about animals? The vast majority of sentient beings on this planet are nonhuman, and many endure unimaginable suffering. But, I argue in , there's reason for optimism.
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Jacy Reese Jan 19
Many were skeptical of our Nov poll w/ results like 47% supporting a ban on slaughterhouses. Interesting to see a full replication w/ even more positive results despite being in a "meat context" (e.g. participants were reminded of meat-eating before the q's).
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Jacy Reese Jan 15
shouldn't be comfortable. King wrote Letter From Birmingham Jail not against segregationists or the KKK, but against the "white moderate," the "great stumbling block" to progress. Are you this kind of dangerous moderate who wants crops to grow without plowing the ground?
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Lewis Bollard Jan 9
. is right: “the vast majority of the trillions of fish slaughtered annually are killed in ways that likely cause them immense pain”
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Kelly Witwicki Jan 6
Replying to @FatimahJ1
Depends on how you want to get involved! PM’d you.
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