Animal Writes
3 March 1999 Issue

UPC Forum On Direct Action For Animals

JUNE 26 - 27, 1999

"What I think is right strategy and right psychology is for the people who
liberate animals to come forth and identify themselves as the people
who did it."
~ Tom Regan, Civil Disobedience

Do you agree? This is one of the many questions we will discuss. United
Poultry Concerns will hold an informed and even heated debate about Direct
Action for Animals: What does it mean? How does it work? How does it help
animals? Is it the only way?

Participants include Freeman Wicklund (Animal Liberation League), Katie Fedor
(Animal Liberation Front), Bruce Friedrich (PETA), Karen Davis (United Poultry
Concerns), Norman Phelps (The Fund for Animals), Debbie Leahy (Illinois Animal
Action); Miyun Park (Compassion Over Killing); Kim Stallwood (The Animals'
Agenda), Pamela Teisler (VivaVegie Society), Richard Griffin (BRAVE), and Zoe
Weil (Center for Compassionate Living).

United Poultry Concerns
Machipongo, VA, located on Virginia's Eastern Shore
of the Chesapeake Bay.

Saturday, June 26, 1 - 6 pm & Sunday, June 27, 9 am - 5 pm

Registration Fee:
$20.00 per person, prepaid.

Send check or money order and a SASE to:
United Poultry Concerns
P O Box 150, Machipongo, VA 23405
Tel: 757-678-7875

You will receive an agenda, directions, airport & motel information.

For updates on the conference, followed by our Direct Action for Chickens
on Monday, June 28, visit our website:
Email: [email protected]

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