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What Will Future Generations Think of Our Treatment of Animals? | Paul Shapiro | TEDxMidAtlantic

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Paul Shapiro is an animal welfare advocate, the author of the bestselling book “Clean Meat,” and co-host of the Business for Good Poscast. Paul Shapiro serves as the vice president of policy for The Humane Society of the United States, the world’s largest animal protection organization. In 1995, Shapiro founded Compassion Over Killing as a high school club, building it into a national organization over the next decade. An inductee into the Animal Rights Hall of Fame, Shapiro has published dozens of articles about animal welfare in publications ranging from daily newspapers to academic journals. He’s also the author of a forthcoming book on the clean meat movement. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Kris Brown (3 months ago)
Vegan vegan vegan
Hookshot YT (3 months ago)
no one cares
George Taylor (3 months ago)
What will future generals think of people like this making a buck off of these videos .
Mariaceleste Anchondo (4 months ago)
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Steef Lee (4 months ago)
Good ideas, horrible speaker. Maybe I’m just in a bad mood.
Steef Lee (4 months ago)
He has a different accent for the word “own”.
Pucakee (4 months ago)
They’ll probably see us a monsters
Armando Ontiveros (5 months ago)
Great speech. But he didnt propose any solutions . I think identifying the problem is a good start. But how are we going to ensure animals are treated humanely??
Ali Nawaz (3 months ago)
Well isn’t that a bit of a contradiction, animals treated humanely lol
Kathleen Rojas (5 months ago)
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kid ringo (5 months ago)
Depopulation is a globalist goal.... regardless of what was said about women stopping being house wife's many years ago....i have heard welfare encourages fatherless homes also...go figure....do a talk on that.
Thomas Lee (6 months ago)
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ohkfilms (6 months ago)
Circle of concern to include those who pronounce the word "own" ear piercingly grotesque?
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Sosale Seshadri (7 months ago)
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Jonahtan Mccarthy (7 months ago)
Man the first world is great. I love how we Scorn or own wealth. The knowledge produced by animal testing is without measure. Captive animals are why we know anything about animal cognition. Additionally like cheap food factory farming is the price you pay for it. Lastly I really thought with that opening he was talking about babies in the womb. Then remembered this is a ted talk so thats not going to happen.
Russel Murry (5 months ago)
Wrong u r misinformed
Empress_ HighPriestess (6 months ago)
You are reflecting on " advantages " gained by the brutal practices we have used; Consider these gains and unimaginable others, which we may enjoy today if we refused to utilize brutality in our ongoing development and evolution?
B12 blaze it vegan (7 months ago)
Boycott animal abuse. Be vegan.
That Guy (4 months ago)
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εdψ αηdrαdε (4 months ago)
+L.A. Classical Liberal Ohhhhh... nooooo!!!! Are you serious?! Veganism doesn't have to be expensive with all those salty mock meats! It is actually MORE expensive to eat meat! The ignorance... wow!!!!
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Brian Ottens (8 months ago)
I got a lot of listening to this TEDx talk. It's so easy for us to recognize the bias of past generations, but how will our descendants view us? When it comes to our treatment of animals, as this great talk points out, it's hard to imagine them looking kindly on what we did.
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Elizabeth Castoria (8 months ago)
Great speech! Powerful speaker and a good reflection on why we need to treat animals much better than we do, especially farmed animals.
Toni Okamoto (8 months ago)
Love it and agree 100%! 🙌🏽
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Alfonso Revilla (8 months ago)
Very powerful talk. A compelling argument that we need to do better by animals. Thank you, TEDx!

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