On Wednesday, March 9th at 6:00pm, the Center for Food Safety in collaboration with Congressman Dennis Kucinich will present a special screening of Pig Business at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center’s North Orientation Theater in Washington, DC. The film explores the impact of factory pig farms on the environment, workers, human health, rural communities and animal welfare. Introductory remarks will be made by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr and the director of Pig Business, Tracy Worcester.

Following the film will be a panel of expert speakers:
• Michael Greger, M.D., Humane Society of the United States
• Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Waterkeeper Alliance
• Andrew Kimbrell, Center for Food Safety
• Kathy Ozer, National Family Farm Coalition

Please encourage your Members of Congress to attend this event by signing this campaign letter, or better yet, contact them directly. Please also share this campaign with your NGO members by asking them to write to their Members of Congress urging them to attend this event.

By inviting your legislators they will understand how the factory farming system:
• abuses animals by keeping pregnant sows in narrow steel cages on bare concrete floors
• sickens neighboring residents with toxic fumes
• pollutes rivers and the coast with untreated waste causing massive fish kills
• endangers human health by overusing antibiotics
• destroys rural communities by driving local family farmers out of business

For more information about Pig Business, please visit: www.pigbusiness.co.uk.

Response (1)

  1. Toni Whiteman says:

    Hi Robert,

    I’m wondering if you’re planning a similar event in Wilmington with Pigs Business? This is a issue I’m particularly interested in and would like to get involved with a local movement.


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