Cassie King
Published on
January 27, 2017

Animal Rights News Recap 1/27/2017

DxE Chicago pulled off a successful day of action, disrupting a Whole Foods to explain the hellish conditions of both caged and cage-free egg farms.

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In addition to protesting a zoo and disrupting a food court, DxE Brasil took the message of animal liberation onto the subway for a powerful, silent protest.

In response to near freezing temperatures at night, local people of Mathura, India have donated colorful jumpers to the nearby conservation and care center for rescued elephants in order to keep the elephants warm. 

Want to get involved? DxE is a grassroots network focused on empowering you to be the best activist you can be. Here are some steps you can take. 

  1. Sign up to our mailing list and share our content on social media. 
  2. Join a local DxE community (or, better yet, come visit us in Berkeley).
  3. Take the Liberation Pledge. And join us in building a true social movement for animals.

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