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    Over a year ago

    So, in History class, we are learning about mummification, and in a couple weeks, we have to mummify dead chickens in class, and I think that that is really wrong. This project is for a grade. I was wondering what you guys think I should do, cu I really don’t wanna do it!

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    Over a year ago

    I’ll try talking to my teacher! Thanks guys!

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    Over a year ago

    Ugh. @kylekylekyle, can you me at RachelleO@peta2.com with details on this and also information on the school? We may be able to help. Thank you!

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    Over a year ago

    You shouldn’t have to do it if you don’t want to.
    And if you’re learning about mummification, then there’s so many much better ways (not involving dead chickens) that you can do it.

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    Over a year ago

    Hey @kylekylekyle,

    The resource that @OKO3 sent you is a great page that will help you handle this! You can also email us at peta2@peta2.com and we’ll help you!

    Thanks!

    ~Liz from peta2

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    Over a year ago

    Shouldn’t that follow a similar policy as dissections? Because I would proceed in the same way, as I assume the animals come from the same source…

    I would start here: http://features.peta2.com/cut-out-dissection/step-one.aspx
    and follow the steps, to politely talk to your teachers/school administrators about how you feel about this project

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