Why does FFAC stick to grassroots education?

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We saw a niche that wasn’t being filled - discussing the impacts of factory farming from a holistic perspective, addressing animals, social justice, the environment, and public health all in one. There are lots of national non-profits with offices in Washington D.C. that are doing policy and lobbying work. But Congresspeople aren’t going to push for change unless their constituents want it, and right now there are still far too many people who don’t know about factory farming. We’re working in tandem with the bigger non-profits to educate and empower consumers so that there will be more popular, widespread support for reforms.

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