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Once upon a time there was an animal rights group at Wesleyan called WARN that ceased to be.  Then, in the fall of 2002, a group of students formed a committee as members of Wesleyan's Environmental Organizer's Network to create awareness about factory farmed battery eggs.  Ultimatley, a movement was formed that was successful in banning battery eggs from the Wesleyan grocery store WEShop. On a sunny Saturday when classes ended, these students met and agreed to call themselves WARM as a permanent committee of EON working for the liberation of nonhuman animals.  


THE WARN, SOON TO BE WARM, MISSION STATEMENT




Go to EON's Battery Egg Campaign Web site for information on WARM'S Battery Egg Campaign at Wesleyan



Email jbryant@wesleyan.edu for info on WARM or WARM activities.  

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"The question is not, Can they reason? nor, Can they talk? but , Can they suffer? 
-Jeremy Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals & Legislation, 1789