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Anthropology is an academic field that has much to offer in terms furthering our understanding of how humans treat animals and how to use knowledge to advocate for other animals. In its various forms as the science of understanding our own species and in its applications to real-world issues, it is fertile ground to scholar advocacy for other animals. 

In this webinar, Kimmela Executive Director, Lori Marino, talks with anthropologists Barbara J. King and Amanda Stronza about how they've applied their work to studying and advocating for other animals. 

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