The Most Good You Can Do
We recently came across this picture of a page from Peter Singer’s book, The Most Good You Can Do, talking about one of the arguments Matt Ball and Bruce Friedrich make in their book, The Animal Activist’s Handbook (first spelled out in Matt’s A Meaningful Life):
“In The Animal Activists’ Handbook Matt Ball and Bruce Friedrich make a startling claim that vividly illustrates the vastly greater suffering of animals raised for food compared to the other ways in which we cause animals to suffer: ‘Every year, hundreds of millions of animals – many times more than the total number killed for fur, housed in shelters, and locked in laboratories combined – don’t even make it to slaughter. They actually suffer to death.’
“Think about what Ball and Friedrich are saying....”
This stark reality is just one of the simple but profound facts that drive One Step’s advocacy.
If you agree with Professor Singer and want to reduce suffering as much as possible, please consider a contribution to One Step. Every donation you make will go to maximum harm reduction and be doubled, dollar for dollar!
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