From FARM - [email protected]
We remind you that the $120 discounted registration fee
for Animal Rights 2002, our movement's annual conference, rises to $140
on March 31. Some discounts and work scholarships are still available.
Please visit http://www.animalrights2002.org for information and
The conference will be held between June 28 - July 3 at
the Mclean (VA) Hilton (same place as the past two years), near the
nation's capital. Attendance is expected to exceed 1,000.
The program will follow last year's pattern, including
plenary sessions, workshops, 'rap' sessions, campaign reports, videos,
and exhibits, as well as Newcomer Orientation, planning meetings, group
workouts, Employment Clearinghouse, and Awards Banquet.
However several new features are being considered,
including Networking Receptions, Q&A sessions with movement leaders,
Industry Panel, intensive communication seminars, and a March on
Nearly a hundred speakers have already signed up,
including Carol Adams, Neal Barnard, the Baustons, Alan Berger, Theo
Capaldo, Robert Cohen, Karen Davis, Ray Greek, Michael Greger, Holly
Hazard, Alex Hershaft, Steve Hindi, Elliot Katz, John Kullberg, Howard
Lyman, Mike Markarian, Jim Mason, Ingrid Newkirk, Wayne Pacelle, Tom
Regan, Craig Rosebraugh, Peter Singer, Kim Stallwood, Joyce Tischler,
Paul Watson, and Zoe Weil.
Major supporting organizations are Alley Cat Rescue,
American Anti-Vivisection Society, Animal Legal Defense Fund, Animal
Protection Institute, Animals Agenda, Doris Day Animal League, FARM,
Farm Sanctuary, Fund for Animals, HSUS, In Defense of Animals, National
Anti-Vivisection Society, New England Anti-Vivisection Society, PETA,
PCRM, United Poultry Concerns, and Veg News.
Be there for the animals, and bring a friend. Pass the
word to your e-mail
correspondents. Let the attendance reflect the strength of our movement!
Go on to Job
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