13 January 2009
UPC President Karen Davis Tells Doris Lin What Led
Her to Become a Chicken Rights Activist
Every animal activist has a story about how they became involved in the animal rights movement. In a detailed interview, Karen Davis, Founder of United Poultry Concerns, talks about how she became an activist in the early days of the modern animal rights movement. Davis recounts growing up with hunters, working with animal rights pioneer Henry Spira, and dealing with negativity within the movement when she decided to focus on chickens. And find out why she used to follow Frank Perdue to the bathroom.
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