United Poultry Concerns June 19, 2008

Four Opportunities to Speak Up for Chickens and a Saner World

1) Mr. Joy, Dear Little Rooster Brings Joy to Nursing Home Residents

"He brings so much joy, literally, to everybody, I couldn't keep him all to myself," says his guardian angel Alisha Tomlinson who "sends a subtle message of vegetarianism." The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC, May 27.
http://www.charlotte.com/local/story/641522.html.

Following the story you can leave a message for Mr. Joy.

 


2) "Food crisis solution: Go vegan" on National Public Radio's "Marketplace," June 17.

Commentator and bioethicist Peter Singer says, "our diets are going to change whether we like it or not." You can listen, read the commentary, and add to the growing list of comments following this discussion.
http://marketplace.publicradio.org/display/web/2008/06/17/future_of_food/.

Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/674eyc.

 


3) "30 Days: Animal Rights," TV Squad, June 18. Paul Goebel says he doesn't eat pigs because he has an affinity for pigs, but he thinks chickens are "stupid." Fortunately, George has an open mind.
http://www.tvsquad.com/2008/06/18/30-days-animal-rights/.

 


 4) "There Will Be Chicken Blood," Slate, June 4. The writer oozes her love of killing chickens and enthuses over home chicken farming.
http://www.slate.com/id/2192934/.


 

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