SPEAK (Supporting and Promoting Ethics for the Animal Kingdom) will host
Peace for the New Millennium: Conference on Non-Violence to all
Creatures, Saturday, July 8, 2000, 9:00am - 5:00pm at the Dominican
Conference Center, 7200 W. Division, River Forest, IL.
The conference features eleven speakers including:
Chris DeRose, President, Last Chance for Animals and
author of In Your Face.
Ingrid Newkirk, President, People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals and author of Save the Animals! 101 Easy Things You
Can Do and Free the Animals.
Dr. Tom Regan, President, The Culture and Animals
Foundation, and author of The Case for Animal Rights and The Struggle
for Animal Rights.
Dr. Ken Shapiro, President, Psychologists for the
Ethical Treatment of Animals, and author of Animal Models of Human
Topics include compassionate living, humane education,
the importance of street activism, and the link between human and animal
violence. A vegan (strict vegetarian) lunch is included and conferees
can participate in a Peace for the Planet and her Creatures Meditation
exercise. Exhibit tables by related non-profit organizations and vendors
will be available.
ALL NAMES WILL BE HELD AT THE DOOR. Advance registration
is $40 if postmarked by July 1st. Registration at the door is $50, but
will not include lunch. Overnight accommodations are also available. For
additional information contact SPEAK, PO Box 643221, Chicago, IL
60664-3221 or call 773.925.1277. E-mail is email@example.com.
SPEAK (Supporting and Promoting Ethics for the Animal
Kingdom) is a national humane education speakers' bureau. Our speakers
offer presentations on animal welfare animal rights, and environmental
issues in elementary schools, high schools, colleges, universities,
civic, and community organizations.
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