Vick to speak to high school students about dogfighting
Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Michael Vick will join the Humane Society of the United States in speaking about the horrors of dogfighting with students of two high schools in New Haven, Connecticut, on Tuesday.
Vick will be joined by Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society during the talks.
“Vick will share his story with students, and illustrate why they should refrain from dogfighting and speak out against animal cruelty,” the animal rights group said in a media statement.
Vick went from a star quarterback with the Atlanta Falcons to a prison inmate after he was arrested for dogfighting.