WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US
June 26-27, 1999
Send $20 Registration to UPC To Reserve Your Place
The topic of our Direct Action for Animals Conference
grew out of the lively
debate that appeared in The Animals' Agenda, July/August 1998
This Conference is an Opportunity for activists to
meet and share their
strategies, goals, and concerns regarding justice for nonhuman animals
how to accomplish this. It's an opportunity for people who have met
the pages of magazines and on the Internet to meet face to face in a
informal, yet focused setting. It will place the discussion about direct
UPC's chicken sanctuary. While animals are unable to take part in the
movement on their behalf, their presence inspires us and reminds us of
we are working to accomplish, and for whom.
Starting Time: The conference starts at 1:00 pm on
Saturday June 26.
We will have a catered vegan meal with live guitar music by Jim Harris
on Saturday evening (and other food, of course!), plus mingling and
foodsharing with the chickens and ducks. On Sunday the conference goes
from 9 am to 5 pm.
Direct Action for Chickens: A Direct Action for
Chickens will take place early
Monday morning June 28th for those who are interested in taking part.
weekday thousands of chickens are trucked to the slaughterplants on Rt
and Rt 50. In addition, there's a Perdue chicken complex being built
road that's crying for a protest demonstration. Monday's Direct Action
worked out at the conference.
MEET PATTY MARK, the Greatest Rescuer of Battery Hens
in the World
A Keynote Presenter at the Conference
for Patty's incredible story--then meet her in person at UPC!
For more info, see http://www.upc-online.org/99daa.html.
Source: [email protected]
United Poultry Concerns - http://www.upc-online.org
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