From Marc Romanoff -
"Liberation Now!" is the animal rights movement's first
national event dedicated to bringing together students and youth in the
struggle for animal rights.
(American University in Washington, D.C.)
02/15/2002 - 02/17/2002
The three-day conference will unite hundreds of students
to take a leading role in the animal rights movement and form a national
network of student animal advocates. Through the conference's
comprehensive program participants will be able to connect with each
other and develop a better understanding of animal rights issues and
basic organizing skills.
The fee for the whole three-day conference is $20.
Transportation: For those interested, there will be a
bus from NYC to DC! The roundtrip fare is $25 with the conference
registration fee INCLUDED. The bus is scheduled to leave NYC at 11:30am
on Friday, February 15th and leave DC at 5:30pm on Sunday, February
17th. The ride is about 4 hours and 30 minutes. More detailed
information will be made available for riders as it becomes available.
Only 47 seats are available on a first come first serve
basis. The bus is open to both NYC and non-NYC folks. To get a seat on
the bus, send $25 check or money order payable to "Liberation Now" with
a note stating that the money is for the NYC bus. The payment MUST BE
accompanied by a registration form if you do not register online. Your
seat is NOT guaranteed until you receive a confirmation email or phone
If you have questions please e-mail
or call 212-696-7911. No reservations are accepted by e-mail.
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