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Jan 30, 2023

“We have long acknowledged cruelty towards animals as an indicator of psychopathy. Yet slaughterhouse workers are paid and expected to carry out what amounts to torture upon thousands of sentient beings, day in and day out. How could that not have an effect?” 

Part 1 of 2 by Emily Moran Barwick at

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Related episodes:

129 [Part 1] From Slaughterhouse Worker to Vegan: The Work Made Me Sick 

130 [Part 2] From Slaughterhouse Worker to Vegan: The Work Made Me Sick 


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