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‘This Isn’t Food, It’s Violence’: Woman Goes On Tearful Rant In Front Of Restaurant Customers (Video)

An activist based in Oakland, California, is on a campaign to tell people who eat animals or animal products to stop because, “It’s not food, it’s violence.”

Kelly Atlas is an organizer and designer for Direct Action Everywhere, which sets up flash mob-type protests at restaurants where one person announces the group’s message and other members carry signs that read, “It’s not food, it’s violence.”

According to Direct Action’s website, the group strive to “create a world where animal liberation is a reality.”

In the video below, Atlas can be seen entering a restaurant and starts tearfully ranting about her “little girl” was “abused for her entire life” in that business establishment.

It turns out that her “little girl” is a chicken named Snow.

With the hashtag "disrupt speciesism," Atlas tweeted about the protest, which took place Sept. 27: “On Saturday I told my little girl's story inside a place where they'd say she's just an object.”

Watch the video below:

According to The Blaze, the group also posted a video titled, “Someone, Not Something” about “Peanut Butter” the rooster:

Sources: The BlazeDirect Action Everywhere


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