Compassion Over Killing (COK) has announced the next stops on its unique ‘Beyond The Lies’ program which will take place at college campuses across the state of California, beginning on April 2nd.
Having reached more than 12,000 viewers since 2018, the program is geared towards inspiring the next generation of animal protectors by raising awareness about the impacts of animal agriculture, including the suffering of animals raised and killed for food on farms and in slaughterhouses across the United States.
The 4-minute mini documentary, narrated by former COK investigator Chrystal Ferber, and featuring vegan athletes Rich Roll and Steph Davis, will also be offered in a Spanish language version narrated by Daisy Fuentes.
During the tour, the COK team will pay viewers $1.00 each to watch the video that includes “inspiring footage of rescued farm animals living at sanctuaries, offering the chance to see how the unique personalities of these animals shine through when they’re allowed the freedom to live and be themselves.”
After the film, viewers can have an in-depth conversation about animal rights with ‘Beyond The Lies’ crew members.
So far, the ‘Beyond The Lies’ team has visited 36 cities in 24 states across the U.S., bringing this critical information “to major metro areas, as well as more rural areas that don’t often get an animal rights message.”
The following is the initial schedule for the ‘Beyond The Lies’ college tour in Southern California:
April 2: Fullerton City College
April 3-5: UC Irvine
April 8-9: CSU Fullerton
April 10-12: CSU San Bernardino
April 15-16: University of Redlands
April 17-19: CSU Los Angeles
April 22-23: LA Valley College
April 24-26: Santa Monica College
“$1 = 1 face-to-face conversation,” notes a post on Compassion Over Killing’s Facebook page. “Will you help us stay on the road and ensure a brighter future for animals?”
Donations to support the Beyond The LiesProgram can also be made HERE!