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Activists Rescue Chicken From Slaughterhouse in Memory of Jill Phipps

February 12, 2018 by Leave a Comment


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Jill Phipps, the British animal rights activist who was killed while blocking a trailer transporting veal calves, was remembered by animal rights activists around the world who held protests at slaughterhouses in her memory.

In New York City, activists marched through Astoria, Queens, to a slaughterhouse and staged a silent vigil at the entrance. Inside, hundreds of chickens stacked in crates were being killed, butchered and sold. With the help of a few determined activists, one chicken made it out alive and is living in peace at a sanctuary for rescued farm animals. The activists named her Jill.

Animal rights activists rescued a chicken from a slaughterhouse during a protest staged in memory of British animal rights campaigner, Jill Phipps

The life and advocacy of Jill Phipps, who died fighting for animal liberation when she was just 31 years old, is documented in the 40 minute film, Death of an Animal Activist:



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  1. Jane Birkett says:

    Such a crying shame that good Lady died.Not only terribly sad that a decent soul lost her life so young and tragically but also the innocent animals needed her desperately.

  2. Lorraine Keshner says:

    A noble, compassionate woman who stood and fought with all her heart for the defenseless and the innocent. In the Lord’s arms, safe….. in our hearts forever.

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