"The group is 'Anonymous for the Voiceless,' and this is called a Cube of Truth. We're an animal rights movement. These groups are all over the world and they started about two years ago. What we're doing is, all the screens you see here are showing footage from slaughterhouses in the U.S.. Just in the U.S., but this is where your food comes from, so if you eat meat or dairy, we're just showing you where it's coming from. And all this is legal, which is scary, because if people would see this and it would be a dog or cat, there'd be riots. I mean, they're literally burning cows, they're throwing chicks into grinders and killing them. So we're just here to spread the message, see if anyone has seen footage like this before, answer any questions. Every member in this group is vegan. We all said we couldn't go vegan, but we all did when we saw footage like this. I've been vegan for two years and I was looking for a way to do activism with my photography. I'm not, like, a PETA person to go and do disruptions like laying naked with blood on me, so I really love this type of activism where I can just talk to people. We have a lot of people who are really open minded; they just don't know where their meat comes from. We all grow up thinking we need meat and dairy to survive, and that's just what we're told, so you live by those rules that your parents tell you and don't really look outside the box. And I did. And once I saw this, I just had to do something about it. If I had seen this sooner, I would have been vegan a lot sooner, but this stuff doesn't flash across the news--you have to look for it. And that's what the government wants; they don't want people to see this or they wouldn't make money for the meat and dairy industry. We're not here to badmouth farmers or farms. We understand you need to make a living, but we're here to offer options on different ways to do it."
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