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When we devalue the experiences of animals, anything we do to them becomes justified so long as it brings value to us.
This series of photographs was taken by animal photojournalist Selene Magnolia to document the shocking reality for the fish who are trapped in present-day aquaculture conditions in and around the Mediterranean Sea.
BAFTA-winning filmmaker and We Animals Media contributor Alex Lockwood sat down with British journalist and activist George Monbiot for a poignant conversation on the ecological reality of our dying coastlines.
The number of animals that have and will continue to be culled in the wake of Covid-19 represent a mere fraction of those who are killed for our consumption every single day. Their deaths, now newsworthy, reveal the failings of a system destined to repeat itself.
Organic. Cage-free. Free-range. Perhaps no animal industry has stamped itself with more distinguishing labels than eggs.
Regan Russell had been dedicated to animal rights since 1979 and was a long time activist with the Animal Save Movement. On Friday, June 19, she was run down and killed by a transport truck carrying pigs to slaughter at Fearmans Pork in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
We joined volunteers from a Buddhist animal sanctuary to document the ‘mercy release’ of over 5,000 foxes and raccoon dogs from a farm in Changli, China.
While we have been hunkering down hiding from the virus, other animals have had their land back. Noticeably less cautious, they are exploring terrain that has long been the realm of humans and their deadly machines. But no one has told them that the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifting. No one has warned them that humans are coming back.
Selene Magnolia is an Italian freelance photojournalist and investigator who uses her work as a political tool to spread awareness and to promote change. She is also one of the contributing photographers to our forthcoming book, HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene.
It is a special kind of torture to cage a duck. In 2019, We Animals Media joined the Environment and Animal Society of Taiwan (EAST) to investigate and document animal industries around the country, including one disturbing new agricultural trend: caged duck farming.