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25 April 2001 Issue
Animal Rights Festival

 

from New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance - njara@superlink.net 

New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance presents our 8th Annual Animal Rights Festival

May 12, 2001
10:30am - 6:00pm
Unitarian Church of Princeton
50 Cherry Hill Road
Princeton, New Jersey

$3.00 Admission ($4.00 at the door)

Informative And Energizing Presentations! / Educational Exhibits! / Lots of Great Info and Merchandise! Learn How to Expand your Activism! / Great Vegan Food! / Meet Other Animal Rights Activists!

10:30 - 11:00 Registration

11:00- 12:00
New Jersey Lawyers In Defense of Animals Workshop: Activism Law, Tenant Law, Current Lawsuits, etc. Presented by Niel Lewis, Esq.; Linda Niedweske, Esq.; Isabelle Strauss, Esq.; William Strazza, Esq.; and Catherine Tamasik, Esq.

12:10 -1:10
Lobbying and Legislation: Demystifying the Process
Presented by Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-15) Assistant Minority Leader, NJ General Assembly; Jeff Kolakowski, Legislative Aide (D-15); Diana Jeffrey, Director, Animal Welfare Federation of New Jersey; and Terry Fritzges, Special Projects, NJARA

1:10 - 2:40
Lunch Break (Note: In a departure from years past, food will only be available during this time.) All food is vegan. Also, take some time to visit our Vendors & Displays!

2:40 - 3:55
Why Animal Models of Human Disease Should be Replaced with More Modern Research Methodologies
Presented by Ray Greek, MD - President, Americans For Medical Advancement; Scientific Advisor, National Anti-Vivisection Society

4:05 - 5:05
Huntingdon Life Sciences - Building on the Momentum of the United Kingdom Campaign
Presented by Kevin Kjonaas, Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty/ UK & USA

5:15 - 6:00
Don't Agonize, Veganize! Three Men in a Vegan Kitchen
Presented by Charlie Bivona, Organizer, New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance; Ben Crimaudo, Advisory Board, New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance; Joe Miele, Organizer, New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance

DIRECTIONS TRAVELING NORTH:
ROUTE 295: Go past Trenton. Go past exit for Rt 1. Take exit for Rt 206N.
**Go nearly 6 miles. As you approach downtown Princeton, stay in the left lane. At the light, at the edge of town, make a left to stay on Rt. 206N. ##At 3rd light, make a left onto Cherry Hill Rd. The church is on the left. Take 2nd driveway to the upper parking lot.

GARDEN STATE PARKWAY: Take Exit 98 for Rt 195W. Stay on 195 past Exit 1 and take exit for Rt 295N. Go past exit for Rt 1. Take exit for Rt 206N. Proceed as above **.

FROM PA: Take Rt 95N into NJ. Go past exit for Scotch Rd and Rt 31. Take exit for Rt 206N. Proceed as above **.

TRAVELING SOUTH:
NJ TURNPIKE: Take Exit 9 to Rt 18N to Rt 1S. Proceed as below ++.

GARDEN STATE PKWY: Take Exit 130 for Rt 1S. ++As you near Princeton, you will pass College Rd & Harrison St. Make a right at the light onto Washington Rd. At 3rd light make a left onto Nassau St. At 3rd light make a right onto Rt 206N. Proceed as above ##.

ROUTE 287: Take exit for Rt 202/206. Get on Rt 206S. Travel through Hillsborough and Montgomery. At Rocky Hill, go past Rt 518. Go 2 miles to 3rd light & make a right onto Cherry Hill Rd. Church is on left. Take 2nd driveway to upper parking lot.

!!NOTICE!! Princeton traffic police WILL ticket. Obey all laws and yield to pedestrians!

Advance Tickets Are Available Now and Pre-Registration is Requested! Don't Wait! Send a check payable to NJARA, PO Box 174, Englishtown, NJ 07726. Any questions? Call us at 732-446-6808 or email Janine at njara@superlink.net

NOTE: A new speaker has been added. Join us to learn more about the history of the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences in the United Kingdom and the future of the campaign here in the United States!

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