Customers wait in line at Terri, a vegan restaurant in New York City giving out free food during the Great American Meatout.
Thursday was the 30th annual Great American Meatout, a day of activities loosely coordinated by the Farm Animal Rights Movement to encourage people not to eat meat, at least for a day. Although FARM has the explicit goal of ending all consumption of animals, the day itself is becoming more mainstream. A dozen jurisdictions, from Beaverton, Ore., to Charlotte, N.C., and Dallas — where several large restaurant chains are headquartered — declared March 20 the Great American Meatout ...
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