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Jo-Anne McArthur: What We Can’t Unsee

Elizabeth Novogratz 12 December 2019 1


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Jo-Anne McArthur is an award winning photojournalist and the founder of We Animals Media. For 20 years she has been photographing and bearing witness to our complex relationship with animals.

She’s worked in over 60 countries in just about every industry one can imagine – including: fur farms, factory farms, bear bile farms, zoos, rodeos, circuses, and marine parks with the mission to make the lives of these invisible animals visible.

Her images tell the stories of unseen suffering, the stories of what happens when we stop paying attention, of what hopelessness looks like, and of thousands of little lives that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.

She is also co-founder of the Unbound Project and the author of two books, We Animals and Captive. And, she was the subject of Liz Marshall’s acclaimed documentary, The Ghosts in Our Machine.

Species Unite is a podcast focused on those who fight the good fight on behalf of animals around the globe. It's a collection of the stories of the people who are healing the world one creature at a time.

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Natasha Daly: Shedding Light on the Dark Reality of Wildlife Tourism

Elizabeth Novogratz 5 December 2019

Natasha Daly is a writer and editor at National Geographic where she covers animal welfare, exploitation, and conservation. She wrote National Geographic’s June cover story, Suffering Unseen, the Dark Truth Behind Wildlife Tourism. If you haven’t read it yet, read …continue

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Peter Knights: The Next Pandemic Is On It’s Way, Unless We Shut Down Wildlife Markets

Elizabeth Novogratz 21 April 2020

There’s not much that we can be certain about in such uncertain times but there are a few things. One is that unless we change the way that that we treat animals, the next pandemic is most definitely coming. Only next …continue

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