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Stand with millions of animals and the thousands of workers whose lives are at stake.
Slaughterhouses are COVID-19 hotspots, and workers are sick and dying. As plants shut down across the country, countless animals are being killed on farms in ways even more horrific than the slaughter line.
The meat industry treats animals and workers as expendable—and profits as they suffer.
They are not expendable.
As part of a coalition of social justice organizations, Mercy For Animals is calling on meat companies to eliminate some of the worst animal cruelty in their operations while adequately protecting vulnerable workers. Pledge to go #MeatFreeInSolidarity with animals and the workers whose lives are at stake, and join us in urging meat companies to meet the demands below.
Take the pledge to go Meat-Free in Solidarity with the animals and workers who are treated as expendable by the meat industry.
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In solidarity with animals and workers, Mercy For Animals is calling on meat producers to take these actions:
As part of a coalition of social justice organizations, we also support these commonsense worker protection reforms:
Mercy For Animals
8033 Sunset Blvd, Suite 864
Los Angeles, CA 90046