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Each year, ten billion animals are raised for consumption in the U.S., mostly on sprawling, industrialized farms, where virtually no federal laws mandate how the animals are treated - though guidelines exist - and state laws are ineffective. As a result, animals are frequently subjected to what many consider cruel treatment and inhumane conditions in the interest of economic efficiency. Death on a Factory Farm chronicles an undercover investigation into alleged abuses that took place at a…

Each year, ten billion animals are raised for consumption in the U.S., mostly on sprawling, industrialized farms, where virtually no federal laws mandate how the animals are treated - though guidelines exist - and state laws are ineffective. As a result, animals are frequently subjected to what many consider cruel treatment and inhumane conditions in the interest of economic efficiency. Death on a Factory Farm chronicles an undercover investigation into alleged abuses that took place at a…

Hear and Now

Hear and Now DVD

Hear and Now

Every Fucking Day of My Life-great documentary about a woman who kills her abusive husband.

Every F---ing Day of My Life DVD

Every Fucking Day of My Life-great documentary about a woman who kills her abusive husband.

No One Dies in Lily Dale

No One Dies in Lily Dale DVD

No One Dies in Lily Dale

The Pork Industry's Dark Secret. Millions of pigs are confined inside gestation crates—cages so small they’re unable even to turn around.  The pork industry’s leadership continues to defend the indefensible: Locking animals in these tiny, cramped cages. It’s hard to imagine a more miserable existence than being immobilized day and night.

The Pork Industry's Dark Secret. Millions of pigs are confined inside gestation crates—cages so small they’re unable even to turn around. The pork industry’s leadership continues to defend the indefensible: Locking animals in these tiny, cramped cages. It’s hard to imagine a more miserable existence than being immobilized day and night.

Factory farms still exist because unwitting shoppers purchase their products. If you disagree with confining intelligent pigs in crates so small they can't turn around; or performing surgical procedures on animals without pain relief, then the choice is simple: refuse to buy factory-farmed products.

Factory farms still exist because unwitting shoppers purchase their products. If you disagree with confining intelligent pigs in crates so small they can't turn around; or performing surgical procedures on animals without pain relief, then the choice is simple: refuse to buy factory-farmed products.

i'm 12 and even i can see what's wrong...............go vegan!

i'm 12 and even i can see what's wrong...............go vegan!

Journey to the Edge of the Universe

Journey to the Edge of the Universe

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