Anyone read Power: A Radical View by Steven Lukes? I’m quick reading it. One point stood out, which now seems so obvious, but never occurred to me before: Power is at its most effective when it is invisible. A good case in point is the power of speciesism–the ideology by which humans exert power over other species. Speciesism isn’t discussed by Lukes but I’m enjoying exploring his book nonetheless.
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USDA Continues to Increase Poultry Line Speeds Through Hidden Process: While food plant workers and food safety inspectors are putting their lives on the line to work during COVID-19, USDA is quietly deregulating food safety standards https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/usda-continues-increase-poultry-line-speeds-through-hidden-process#.Xo37hBAb0CE.twitter
Freedom of Movement brought the man who is currently saving the Prime Minister's life. https://twitter.com/BestForBritain/status/1247898217921961995
2009-10 CAF grantee, Camilla Calamandrei introduces an animal-focused film of the complexities of small exotic animal breeders, sellers, and roadside zoos. The feature documentary "The Tiger Next Door" is now available for 99 cents on Vimeo.