The Prindle Post
In a series of boxes in the D.H. Hill Library at North Carolina State sit scores of historical pamphlets and newspaper articles advocating an end to cruelty toward animals. The documents date back to the nineteenth century, and provide an undeniable record of the history of strong public sentiment against the mistreatment of animals. The collection preserves the stories of countless activists who opposed inhumane treatment in slaughterhouses, research labs, the entertainment industry, transport, and sport, among other endeavors. These activists dedicated inspiring amounts of time, energy, and resources to a cause that is seldom given the attention that it is due.
Robison-Green, Rachel. "“How Long Must We Wait?” Lessons from the History of the Animal Welfare Movement". The Prindle Post. https://www.prindlepost.org/2019/08/how-long-must-we-wait-lessons-from-the-history-of-the-animal-welfare-movement/