Don't Procrastinate . . . Space is Very Limited . . .
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A CONFERENCE ON
Animals, Nature & the New Millennium
WHEN: Saturday, September 30, 8:30 AM- 5 PM &
Sunday, October 1, 9 AM-3:30 PM
WHERE: Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th St, New York, NY
COST: $60 for both days/paid in advance
$80 for both days/at the door if available
$40 Single day registration
SPECIAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY:
Gary Francione - Professor of Law, Rutgers University
* Anna Charleton - Adjunct Professor of Law, Rutgers
* Bill Clark - International Program Director, FoA
* Gail Eisnitz - Author of Slaughterhouse
* Brooks Fahy - Director, Predator Defense Institute
* Suzanne Gerber - Editor, Vegetarian Times Magazine
* Meryl Hoffman - Founder, On the Issues Magazine
* Peter Kostmeyer - Director, Zero Population Growth
* Brad Miller - Director, Humane Farming Association
* Jessica Roach - Public Citizen
* Paul Shapiro - Co-Founder, Compassion Over Killing
* Bill Mannetti - President, Animal Rights Front
SPEAKERS AND PANELS ON:
"Our Overburdened Planet"
"What We Eat and Why It Matters"
"The BioTech Revolution"
"Sexism, Racism, Homophobia and Animal Exploitation:They're All
"Anti-Poaching Campaigns in Africa"
Come join some of our movement's leading thinkers and
strategists for a weekend of stimulating discussion on our movement and
its future. We look forward to seeing you in September!
DAYTIME PHONE (________)______________________________________________
YES, I want to attend the Animals, Nature and the New
Millennium conference on
September 30-October 1! Enclosed is my registration of:
__ $60 for both days
__ $40 for single day attendance __ Sept. 30 __ Oct. 1
Make checks payable to Friends of Animals and mail to:
777 Post Road, Darien, CT 06820
NOTE: You must make your hotel reservations separately
with the Algonquin
by calling the number listed above.
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