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Read About 46 Million Turkeys in the Media
Interview with Amy Sinclair from New England Cable News (NECN.com) http://www.necn.com/news/new-england/_NECN__Maine_Artist_Celebrates_the_Turkey_in_Vegan-friendly_Way_NECN-252428211.html
Clawtheory Post: http://www.clawtheory.com/paws-for-the-cause-46millionturkeys/
The Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/18/46-million-turkeys_n_6177978.html
The 46 Million Turkeys Project was feature in the 2013 Fall/Winter edition of United Poultry Concerns newsletter Poultry Press (http://www.upc-online.org/pp/winter2013/)
Kulturen (German online magazine): http://kulturjournalismus.de/2013/12/die-ehre-des-truthahns/
United Poultry Concerns: http://www.upc-online.org/turkeys/
Spirit of Change Magazine: http://www.spiritofchange.org/blog/46-million-turkeys
Maine Public Broadcasting Network: http://www.mpbn.net/Home/tabid/36/ctl/ViewItem/mid/5347/ItemId/31138/Default.aspx
Animal Voices (radio) “Tribute to Turkeys”: http://animalvoices.org/2013/10/layla-abdelrahim-tribute-to-turkeys/
All Things Vegan Radio: http://allthingsveganradio.org/2013/09/24/all-things-vegan-show-notes-sep-24-2013-mark-hawthorne-on-his-upcoming-book-bleating-hearts-and-nava-atlas-on-the-art-of-healthy-vegan-cooking/
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Contact: Cheryl Miller
Participate in a Growing Compassionate Thanksgiving Tradition
MAINE – It starts with a single painting and before you know it, you have more than 35 million portraits, hundreds of individuals from all over the world participating, and the beginning of a new Thanksgiving tradition. The 46 Million Turkeys project, now in its fourth year, is an ambitious ongoing collaborative art project. The project’s aim—with help from the community—is to create a collection of portraits honoring each one of the estimated 46 million turkeys who will be killed for Thanksgiving meals. The essential point of the project is to give each turkey a face emphasizing they are an individual.
Everyone is welcome to submit portraits—you do not have to be an “artist” to participate. Participants are encouraged to use recycled materials (but no animal products, e.g. feathers, sea shells, or leather please) and create portraits measuring 2” x 2” in any medium.
For guidelines, ideas, and a submission form: https://46millionturkeys.com/
Each year, the exhibit travels to a different community.
Because every turkey is an individual! Follow, like and share the compassion: