Our Glass Walls exhibit launched this week to roaring success at Weber State University in Utah and is currently set up at the University of Utah before continuing on its nationwide tour.
Imagine walking to your 8 a.m. Bio 110 class and seeing a giant, ominous, inflatable barn parked next to the student union! Then imagine a sign promising free food if you can make it through that barn. If you’re like thousands of other students this week, you’ll accept that challenge!
Inside the exhibit, students can check out educational panels about animal intelligence and how the meat industry denies animals everything that’s natural and important to them. Ever wonder what it’s like to be confined to a battery cage like a hen in the egg industry? Inside this exhibit, students sit on chairs with cage walls on them while watching a high-definition, abbreviated version of PETA’s “Glass Walls” exposé so that they can see what life is like from animals’ point of view.
After watching the video, students exit out the back of the exhibit and receive a free vegetarian/vegan starter kit, peta2 stickers, and a vegan food sample to start them on a more compassionate track. Not a bad deal, eh?
The fall tour schedule for the Glass Walls exhibit will be unveiled shortly, but in the meantime, if you’re interested in hosting this groundbreaking display at your school, contact us ASAP at College@peta2.com!