Can you stand another year-end list? Below are what we believe were the ten biggest news stories of 2011 for animal rights initiatives. While some of these generated massive amounts of ink and airtime, a few were important stories that
Nathan Runkle is the Founder and Executive Director of Mercy For Animals. Raised on a farm in rural Ohio, Nathan has long had a deep connection with farmed animals and agriculture. After a local farmed animal abuse case, involving a
Victor Sjodin left his job and life behind to go on the road to become a full-time animal rights activist. Vic has been on the road for four years, leafletting for Vegan Outreach and most recently, spending twelve weeks on
Starting next week, Mercy For Animals is taking Farm to Fridge on the road in a custom-built truck retrofitted with 80” TV screens, speakers and billboard-sized banners. They will be traveling nearly 12,000 miles to more than 40 cities with the film to educate millions of consumers across the country.
Nathan Runkle, executive director of MFA, was nice enough to answer a few questions about the new video as well as offer advice about how vegans and animal rights activists can use the video for outreach.