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Meat-Free Manhattan

Busses running throughout Manhattan send meat-free messages.

Manhattanites may be too busy bustling around the city to take notice of the ads on the sides of buses, but that’s about to change. For the months of June and July, new ads by Mercy For Animals will be plastered on the sides of Manhattan-area buses. There are three new posters, one of which features a picture of a piglet and a puppy. Next to their faces reads, “Why Love One But Eat the Other?” The other two posters read, “How Much Cruelty Can You Swallow?,” and depict animals confined on factory farms. According to MFA, the 200 posters will reach approximately 14.7 million viewers.

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