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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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shiokmeats Nov 26
Meet the founding and executive team at Shiok Meats: , PhD - CEO & , PhD - CSO/CTO
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 27
We're aiming to raise $180,000 by the end of the year to support our current staff and hire a fifth team member. Help us produce more actionable insights to make the farmed animal movement more effective! 2018 summary:
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 26
Proud of my team for all the great work this year :)
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 26
Apollo is a good big brother :)
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 21
I took a look at the research that’s been done on DEI strategy in the corporate world. I hope avvocates find these concrete recommendations useul!
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Jacy Reese Nov 16
Excerpt from The End of Animal Farming in ! 75% of Americans think they consume humane meat, yet 1% of US farmed animals live on non-factory farms. Animal farming is inherently cruel. Humanity is slowly coming to realize that fact.
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Sentience Institute Nov 13
Our survey results suggest the vast majority of US adults who think they consume humane meat are wrong. Consider reading our new book, , for in-depth discussion of how humanity is transitioning away from all animal-based foods.
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Michael Shermer Nov 7
This book is going on the nightstand (actually my iPhone Audible books app). I'll be curious to see if draws different conclusions than I do in The Moral Arc about how to feed 9 billion people (by 2050) without factory farming (& veganism <10%)
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Jacy Reese Nov 12
I often hear "If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian," but the walls are already glass. Widely-shared footage has exposed the gruesome horror, but we need more than awareness. We need policy change and tech like to end animal farming 🥩🌎🐟💉
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 9
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Sentience Institute Nov 9
At in June our executive director Kelly Witwicki and our colleague Kieran Greig of discussed considerations for how the movement working towards an system should allocate resources in vs. .
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 7
An important milestone on the road to the end of animal farming!
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Kelly Witwicki Nov 7
A World Without Animal Farming - Quillette via
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Jacy Reese Nov 5
Honored to have this all-star lineup of book blurbs! Find the book in your favorite bookstore starting tomorrow, Nov 6, for some post-midterms optimism 🙂
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Jacy Reese Nov 2
Good to see that Snow, one of our hens rescued from a factory farm, is a big fan of the book 🙂
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Michael Shermer Oct 21
In The Moral Arc I outlined how we can end factory farming & still feed humanity but it won't be easy or soon, but I endorse this argument from on "Why It’s Time to End Factory Farming" in It is a moral imperative to end suffering.
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John Oberg Oct 1
Have you ever seen a frog factory farm before? Absolutely appalling. Frogs as far as the eye can see, with literally no space to move. No animal deserves to suffer like this. RT if you agree. 😡🐸😡
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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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