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- December 24, 2014
- December 27, 2014
- Cuddle Coats PrepCuddle Coats Prep
Time: 12:00 pm
We are receiving lots of fur donations for our Cuddle Coats program and want to ship them to our wildlife rehab partners as soon as possible. Meet at Ethique Nouveau at 317 W 48th St. in Minneapolis at noon to help prep fur coats and accessories for shipment. Wear clothes that can get a little fuzzy. This is a great, low key way to volunteer and meet some of the other people in the group while helping to save animal lives. at 12:00 pm
- Cuddle Coats PrepCuddle Coats Prep Time: 12:00 pm
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The Animal Rights Coalition operates Ethique Nouveau; a vegan boutique, where all purchases help fund our animal advocacy programs, at 317 W. 48th St. in Minneapolis. The ARC office is located at the same address.
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- noon- 5:00PM
Challenging the Myth of Humane Animal Products
As the media pay increased attention to the abuses occurring at large-scale animal farming operations, consumers are seeking alternatives. Labels such as “Cage Free,” “Free Range,” “Humanely Certified,” and “Grass Fed” suggest that those willing to pay a higher price can enjoy eggs, dairy, and meat from small-scale “humane” farms that treat animals with compassion and respect. But is the public being misled?
ARC’s “Humane Farming Myth” brochure answers this question and is a great resource to share with family and friends. Preview the brochure and then contact ARC for copies to share with others. Here’s what Shannon Kimball of Bridges of Respect had to say about the brochure: “I’m a humane educator giving roughly 80 presentations a year to students ranging from grades six through college…ARC’s brochure, “The Humane Farming Myth”, is just what I was looking for! Finally, there is a comprehensible piece of literature to encompass a broader insight: That regardless of the label on the package animals are harmed when they are used for food. I want to make sure each student receives at least one.”