October 1 - 3, 1999
Raleigh, North Carolina
With inspiring, informative presentations, gourmet vegan
meals, and more...
From the program:
•TOM REGAN "The Animal Rights Debate"
•HOWARD LYMAN "A Mad Cowboy's Story"
•J.P. GOODWIN "Ending Fur"
•RICHARD RYDER "Animal Rights in Historical Perspective"
•JONATHAN BALCOMBE "Teaching Better Science Without Harming Animals"
•MICHAEL NAGLER "Animal Rights, Human Wrongs: A Gandhian Perspective"
•SUSAN McELROY "Animals as Teachers"
•JOANNE STEPANIAK "What Does 'Being Vegan' mean?"
•SUSAN JONES "Pricing the Priceless Pet: A Study in Animal Value"
•CARL V. PHILLIPS "Science & Vegetarianism: Poisoning the Well with Bad
Note: Students and senior citizens attend all lectures
free of charge.
For detailed information please contact
CULTURE & ANIMALS FOUNDATION
3509 EDEN CROFT DRIVE
RALEIGH, NC 27612
Tel: (919) 782-3739
Fax: (919) 782-6464
E-mail: [email protected]
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