Activists from Chicago and the surrounding area (including Wisconsin!) gathered for a midnight vigil in the alley behind a slaughterhouse on a weeknight to honor the hundreds of petrified chickens unloaded by trucks to their deaths to send a message of peace and justice for animals: “Let them live.” There was song, poetry, and speeches, including a moving talk by Free from Harm’s Robert Grillo reminding us that, “until their voices are heard, we will continue to raise ours.” Chicago Animal Save turned a dark and cold alleyway where unspeakable pain and suffering occurs – birds shrieking as the crates they’re stuffed into get slammed on the ground – into a sanctuary of hope. #LetAnimalsLive #JaneUnChained
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Jane Velez-Mitchell is nationally known TV journalist and best-selling author. Winner of four Genesis awards from the Humane Society of the United States, Jane Velez-Mitchell covers crimes against people, animals, and the environment. She is known for speaking up for the voiceless!
November 5, 2017
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