Animal Writes
13 May 2001 Issue
Animal Rights 2001 Program Schedule Up! Deadline Tuesday

from FARM - [email protected] 

We are pleased to announce that the tentative program schedule for the Animal Rights 2001 20th anniversary national conference is now available at 

Tentative assignments will be sent to speakers next week and the final program with speaker assignments should be available by the end of this month. The conference will be held on June 30 - July 4 at the McLean Hilton just outside the nation's capital.

Please remember that the postmark deadline for reduced registration rate of $140 is Tuesday, May 15. (The deadline for current fabulous hotel rates is May 31.) You can register with a credit card on-line at 

or by phone (1-888-FARM-USA). You can also mail a completed registration form from the web site with a check (to AR2001, 10101 Ashburton Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817). For more details, contact
[email protected]

In reviewing the program schedule, note that the daytime sessions are arranged along four tracks: Issues, Organizing, Remedies, and 'Raps' or Campaign Reports. Each time slot contains a sequential session from each of the tracks, listed in the order above. For example, if you are fairly new to the movement, you would want to catch the Newcomer Orientation, then the first session in each time slot (to learn about the issues) or the second (to learn how to become more effective). Exhibits and videos will be running concurrently, providing a total of six choices at any one time. The plenary sessions run consecutively, with no competing events scheduled. Audio tapes of each session (except for the Raps and Campaign Reports) are available for purchase shortly after the session.

This conference marks the beginning of the new millennium and the 20th anniversary of our movement. DON'T MISS THIS HISTORIC OCCASION!

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