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Peta2’s Liberation Project

A new gallery sponsored by peta2 and a student group compare the oppression of humans with animals.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals 2 (peta2) has joined with the Brock Animal Rights Club (BARC), of Brock University in St. Catharines, ON, to create The Liberation Project. The Liberation Project is a gallery display taking place on the Brock campus from Monday September 13 to Thursday September 16, as well as an online interactive multimedia gallery. The project juxtaposes the current plight of animals with other historic social problems and movements of the past two centuries, including slavery and child labor, and encourages viewers to see the connection between the oppression of groups of people and the oppression and abuse of animals.

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