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Animal Rights Film Tour

Mercy for Animals launches its nationwide Farm to Fridge tour today, visiting more than 40 US cities.

A nationwide road tour of the Mercy for Animals (MFA) short film, Farm to Fridge, starts today. A truck with built-in TV screens and MFA banners will travel around 12,000 miles to more than 40 cities in the country, including San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and New York. The tour will hit city centers, conduct outreach events, and conclude with a screening of the film. MFA hopes the tour will “expose millions of consumers to the tragic plight of animals in factory farms, hatcheries, and slaughterhouses.” Farm to Fridge is narrated by James Cromwell, and includes footage from undercover investigations of industrial animal farms and slaughterhouses. A full tour schedule can be found on the MFA site.

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