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(US/az) Farm Animal Rights Movement exchanges video views for money at UA Mall

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    [Arizona Daily Wildcat] Students can watch a short video and earn a dollar on the UA Mall today and Tuesday. Farm Animal Rights Movement, or FARM, has set up a
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 10, 2013
      [Arizona Daily Wildcat]

      Students can watch a short video and earn a dollar on the UA Mall
      today and Tuesday.

      Farm Animal Rights Movement, or FARM, has set up a bus on the UA Mall
      that shows a four-minute video depicting the animal cruelty that
      occurs within the food industry.

      The UA is just one of the many stops the bus is making on its “10
      Billion Lives” North American Tour that began May 2012 and will last
      until the end of 2013. The Tour travels across the United States
      stopping at college campuses, farmers markets and music festivals.

      “For every dollar we hand to someone it’s going to ultimately save the
      lives of 10 animals,” said Andy Tabar, the tour operator of the
      campaign.

      Tabar, a vegan of five and a half years, became the tour operator for
      the campaign after attending a conference FARM held to promote animal
      rights. Tabar had previously started a vegan clothing company and
      toured with multiple bands. He said he realized he had the experience
      necessary and shared the mutual goals of FARM, so he decided to join
      the tour.

      FARM is a vegan-based organization whose goal is to stop cruel animal
      practices in the food industry by promoting an animal-free diet.

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      full story:
      http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2013/02/farm-animal-rights-movement-exchanges-video-views-for-money-at-ua-mall

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