Photojournalist & animal advocate, Jo-Anne McArthur, who is also the central human subject in Liz Marshall’s documentary about animals, "The Ghosts in Our Machine" (which I blogged about here). Is launching a book project & needs our help!
About the project:
Ten years ago I created a project called "We Animals." What started as a small photo essay about our uses & abuses of animals has grown into an internationally renowned archive. From whale-poaching in the Antarctic to sheep farming in Australia, from zoos in North America to macaque farms in Southeast Asia, the project has grown to cover a lot of ground.
My goals have always been to educate people about our treatment of animals. To reduce their suffering. To widen our circle of compassion to include non-human animals. To make animal industries visible, & accountable.
One more way that We Animals can do this is through this book project. We are trying to broaden our horizon & diversify our audience. By supporting this book project, you’ll be supporting these goals as well.
We need to raise $32.5k to make this project a reality, & we’re offering many ways in which you can invest in this project. Have a look & thanks so much for taking part!
Please donate if you can, & if you can’t afford a donation, please spread the word! Let’s help Jo-Anne bring this project to light, so we can spread the message of compassion far & wide.
To learn more about the project & become a backer click here.