Zoe Rosenberg Quotes
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Zoe Rosenberg is an American animal rights activist and the founder of Happy Hen Animal Sanctuary, a California-based sanctuary for abused and mistreated farmed animals. Rosenberg founded Happy Hen when she was only 11 years old and over the last four years it has grown into a well respected animal sanctuary that has given homes to hundreds animals from all across California. Rosenberg also speaks on animal rights related issues, starting at 12 years old when she gave a keynote address at National Animal Rights Day in San Francisco. More recently, Zoe gave a TED talk at TEDxSLO, recounting her experience as a young animal activist.
Rosenberg received national press attention following an action against the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 4, 2016 in protest of the treatment of animals related to the "Dodger Dogs" sold in the park. She and a few other activists ran onto the field with banners and were arrested on live television. In 2017, Rosenberg was honored as Youth Activist of the Year at the Animal Rights National Conference in Washington DC.
In 2018, Zoe she was arrested for chaining herself to a gate at a slaughter house, bringing awareness to ugly aspects of animal agriculture that most people choose not to face. Her protest and arrest was live-streamed on Facebook, the video watched by over 50,000 people while it was happening and many more after the fact.