A Voice for the Voiceless 


Jenny Brown is a longtime animal rights activist and co-founder of Woodstock Farm Sanctuary in New York. She previously worked in film and television, until she went undercover in Texas to document farmed animal abuse. That experience led her to dedicate her life to helping farmed animals. After 12 years of running the sanctuary with her, Jenny left to focus on a full-time national lecture tour, raising awareness about the plight of animals used and abused in food production. Jenny’s story and the work of the sanctuary has been featured in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, CNN, The Diane Rehm Show and more. She is the author of The Lucky Ones: My Passionate Fight For Farm Animals. 



An unlikely path to becoming an outspoken animal activist and founder of a sanctuary for farmed animals

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Each year in the United States, 10 billion land animals are raised and killed for meat, eggs, and milk. Statistically, farm animals comprise 98 percent of all animals in the country with whom we interact directly--but who are they? and where are they?

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