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Amy Soranno

Amy SorannoAmy Soranno, a passionate Canadian animal activist, has dedicated her life to shedding light on the hidden cruelties suffered by farmed animals. She spearheads impactful activism campaigns, conducts investigations to document animal cruelty, and organizes large-scale protest events. As a co-founder of Ban Fur Farms BC, a grassroots organization, Amy and her colleagues played pivotal roles in the successful permanent ban on mink fur farms in British Columbia in 2021. In 2019, Amy was one of The Excelsior 4 activists who faced arrest for exposing animal cruelty at Excelsior Hog Farm in Abbotsford. Despite enduring criminal charges, convictions, and imprisonment, Amy remains resolute in her commitment to animal rights. Her unwavering dedication has taken her across the globe, where she continues to shed light on the plight of farmed animals and inspire the international animal rights movement through empowering activist workshops and compelling speaking engagements.


panel discussion:
The end of fur farming: An international panel discussion







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