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We Animals  Telling the stories of animals caught in the human world – those used for food, fashion, entertainment, work & research. Founded by Jo-Anne McArthur.

"Sanctuary" – a safe place for individuals to recover from the suffering this world has inflicted upon them.
💚 📷: Rescued pigs with We Animals filmmaker, Kelly Guerin at Farm Sanctuary. New York, 2018.

Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals

Sanderson Farms, a company that had multiple farms affected by Hurricane Florence, described the deaths of 1.7 million chickens in their barns as the company's "live inventory" being "destroyed."
In a press release, the company went on to say that "losses of live inventory could escalate if the Company... is unable to reach those farms with feed trucks."
Leaving millions of animals to drown or subsequently starve to death is simply the cost of doing business for industrial farms. These animals are property, nothing more. Chickens especially, because they are smaller and farmed in huge numbers, have no individual value to farms. These birds never receive individualized care and are slaughtered before they are two months old. As a society, we have collectively agreed that these animals' lives are worth nothing, but the millions who died in the hurricane would have experienced fear, pain, and distress, just as our dogs and cats would have.

The @unbound_project documents the work of women helping animals like those caught in #hurricaneflorence.

To learn more about the important work of women in the animal protection movement, follow @unbound_project.

#unboundwomen #animalactivism #animalrights

#Repost @unbound_project (@get_repost)
There's only one week left to vote for your photographic heroine for the @rps100heroines, a campaign celebrating and empowering women in photography around the globe!

Jo-Anne was nominated for the #HundredHeroines for her work with the @Unbound_Project, celebrating the women on the frontlines of animal advocacy. In this photograph, Cora Bailey, founder of CLAW (Community Led Animal Welfare), is rescuing a piglet who went to the sanctuary and now weighs 400+lbs.

Who will you nominate?

#hundredheroines #heroinic #royalphotographicsociety#womeninphotography #womenforanimals #femalephotographer

We're on the ground in #NorthCarolina, documenting the huge loss of animal life in #hurricaneflorence, as well as the devastating environmental impact environmental industrial farming is having on local communities.
To help us ensure that these stories are told, support our team: link in bio.

This week, our team have been on the ground in North Carolina, documenting the brutal aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Images and footage featured in The @guardian's Animals Farmed series today.

We farm animals on such a scale that when disaster comes, evacuating them isn't even an option. They're left behind. Disposable.

Link to full story in bio.

"Hot, sad, tiring day. Tremendously grateful to have been out in boats today with the rescue organization Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in North Carolina where @kjguerin and I are documenting the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. So much stench and death out here on the water. We are floating in sewage and manure." - Jo
To become a We Animals supporter: link in bio

"Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures." – John F. Kennedy

#InternationalPeaceDay #internationaldayofpeace 🕊️
📷: A small plant grows just beyond the gates of a pig farm. Italy, 2015.

Jo-Anne McArthur/@essereanimali

Join Jo in London next month!
@lush and @animalequalityuk have teamed up to host a We Animals and @unbound_project talk on October 22nd.
Jo will speak on the subjects of photography, the human-animal relationship, social change and empathy. Following the talk, there will be a panel discussion and audience Q&A.
Tickets are free but limited! Get yours now via @soapbox.en.

"There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” – Ansel Adams

When we look at a photograph, we are actively choosing to engage with its subject – the individual(s) pictured – and their situation. In choosing to bear witness to another's reality, we are opening ourselves up to learning more about their life. And once we know, we can try to help.

📷: A sow and her litter on a pig farm. Italy, 2015. 
Jo-Anne McArthur/@essereanimali

We Animals is telling the stories of animals across the world who need our help.
Become a We Animals supporter today and help us keep telling their stories: weanimals.org/support
Your support makes our work possible 💕

This summer, Jo travelled to the Turkish-Bulgarian border to document animals trapped in live export with Eyes on Animals. This is what she saw.
Link to full video in bio.

Jo and the whole team are so excited that the image of Pikin and Appolinaire has been shortlisted for The Alfred Fried Photography Award!

The award aims to highlight human efforts to live together in peace and is award to photographs that best express the idea that our future lies in peaceful coexistence. ❤️
The image was chosen for the shortlist out of 15763 entries! Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner on Sept 21st!

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