Animal Writes
4 April 1999 Issue

The Animals' Agenda Web Site and Animal Rights Library and Archive!

"Helping People Help Animals" - That's the motto of the Animal Rights Network
Inc., the not-for-profit publisher of THE ANIMALS' AGENDA magazine.
Through gathering, producing, and disseminating information on animals in
society, we serve the animal advocacy community and educate the public
about animal rights.

Now, in addition to THE ANIMALS' AGENDA, here are two new ways that
you can access information to help you help animals:

1. THE ANIMALS' AGENDA Web Site -- Go to 
to stay informed about critical animal protection matters between issues of
the magazine. Packed with useful features, the site contains news and
updates tips for taking effective action, an overview of the current issue as
well as previously published articles, a special newcomers section, and
much more. You can search our directory of animal advocacy organiza-
tions and database of books and resources to find exactly what you need.

2. The Animal Rights Library and Archive -- After more than a year of
preparation, our one-of-a-kind library and archive is open, by appointment
only, to journalists, researchers, lawyers, activists, and other interested
individuals. Growing by leaps and bounds, the reference collection
currently includes more than 1,400 books on animal rights and related
matters, 1,000 books about cats, 1,200 videotapes, 450 journals and
magazines, and 2,500 individual organizational files.

To offer feedback on our web site, schedule a visit to the Animal Rights
Library and Archive, or learn more about the programs of the Animal Rights
Network Inc., contact us at:

The Animal Rights Network Inc.
1301 S. Baylis Street, Suite 325
P.O. Box 25881
Baltimore, MD 21224, USA
Tel: (410) 675-4566
Fax: (410) 675-0066
E-mail: [email protected]
World Wide Web:

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