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Mercy For Animals’ mission is to end industrial animal agriculture by constructing a just and sustainable food system.

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New investigation exposing cruelty in the turkey industry will make you rethink your Thanksgiving dinner

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Op-ed: Service Members Deserve the Freedom to Choose Plant-Based Options

I wanted to join the military when I was a college student in the 1990s, but I didn’t know how I could make my plant-based lifestyle fit with military provisions. After 9/11 though, I was so moved to serve my country that I decided to sign up then and figure it out later. Being a paratrooper and combat medic in Afghanistan was the honor of my lifetime, but getting by on the limited food options was a daily struggle. Read More

Op-ed: Service and Sacrifice Shouldn’t Include Going Hungry

As a military brat, I learned at a young age the importance of our American values. I committed myself to defending them as an Army Medical Service Corps officer and a paratrooper. Today, as a wife, mom, and community volunteer, I still stand up for our freedoms, and I hope the Biden administration will do the same—by upholding the right of individual service members to make their own food choices. Read More

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Ronnika A. McFall, APR
Director of Public Relations, U.S. & Canada

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