|I am the Majority|
In October 2012, Animal Farm Foundation put out a call for photo submissions from everyday “pit bull” dog owners. The Majority Project (TMP) is a collection of those photos, submitted from everyday families around the country. Shared in a variety of media formats, including Vimeo, Flickr, and Tumblr, the Majority Project is designed to challenge incorrect stereotypes about “pit bull” dog owners.
Through this growing collection of photos, which illustrates how everyday “pit bull” dog families are making valuable contributions to their communities and families, Animal Farm Foundation is empowering dog owners to stand up against discrimination and prejudice.
The Majority Project shines a spotlight on the majority of “pit bull” dog owners: co-workers, friends, family, and neighbors. These everyday “pit bull” dog owners are not the exception, they are the rule. Everyday people are the majority.
We are accepting photos on a rolling basis, continuously adding new submissions to Tumblr. Learn how to submit a photo here.
Share the video and the photos, or bring our new handouts to meetings with elected officials and policy makers to help them understand that discrimination is unacceptable.
Need a little help talking to the media or law makers? Check out our new eBook Communications + Media for tips you can use to make an impact!
View hundred of the photos on Flickr
All submissions featured Tumblr
Watch the Majority video on Vimeo
Majority Project Talking Points guide
Request free Majority Project handouts (cover image seen below)
Media inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org