Recap of the National Animal Rights Conference presented with mixed feelings, but also with the understanding that a mixed bag is okay too.
“Juliette is fourteen years old and she is on a mission to save elephants. After single-handedly raising funds Juliette embarks on a life-altering journey to South East Asia to meet and work with her hero Lek, ‘The Elephant Lady’.”
One more final update before I embark on a nearly week-long journey to the pinnacle of the country (Washington D.C.) to learn about animal rights, activism, and enhance my veganism: Animal Rights Conference 2012 is right around the corner!
We are now barely into the month of June, which means…we have made it through the torrential downpour of spring, the frigid winter, and also, that the Animal Rights 2012 National Conference is two months from kickoff. I will have the pleasure of attending the AR2012 from August 2 through August 5 this year in Washington D.C., which is a great excuse to visit the area and hear a bunch of amazing speakers, authors and activists for the first time.
Ever been to a business meeting or a seminar with a catered lunch buffet? While other patrons are excitedly piling on heaps of grilled chicken, cheesy potatoes or caesar salads topped with [ … ]
Since 1981, animal rights activists have gathered to share ideas and discuss animal rights issues from factory farming to eating vegan. This year’s Animal Rights Conference in DC is going to be a doozy!