Unexpected Activism: Losing My Job
You may not know his name, but you might have heard his story. Keith Allison is the elementary school teacher from northeast Ohio who was removed from his job over a Facebook post showing and discussing local calf crates. In a speech for the Cleveland Animal Rights Alliance, he discusses his removal, his subsequent lawsuit, and the resolution. He looks at why photographs and videos of animal agriculture are seen by some as threatening and our need to openly engage in dialogue with each other.
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There are truth seekers
And those who choose
Seems there is a
Bigger price to pay
For honesty then
For telling a lie.
Karen Lyons Kalmenson