Animal Rights 2011 National Conference

Starting Date: 07-21-2011
Ending Date: 07-25-2011

Los Angeles, California
United States
Welcome to the Animal Rights 2011 National Conference, the world's largest and oldest animal rights gathering. The Conference will take place on July 21-25th in Los Angeles, CA at the Westin LAX Hotel.
Register now at the highly discounted $120 rate through April.

Ninety speakers from 60 organizations
Concurrent sessions on animal abuse, organizing, tactics, ideology
Eyewitness reports on the whale wars and other
key campaigns
Diverse approaches to animal liberation
Talks by other social justice leaders
Awards to celebrities and activists
Extensive learning and networking options
90 exhibits (free & open to the public)
60 videos, including premieres
Highly discounted sleeping rooms

Each day starting with a morning plenary
Speed touting - one-minute slots to promote your project at a plenary
Fewer speakers per session - more time for speakers and Q&A
Several hands-on training workshops on street interactions, persuasion, negotiation, and more
More exciting rap sessions

SELECTED SPEAKERS (complete list)
Marc Bekoff - University of Colorado
Michael Budkie - Stop Animal Exploitation
Karen Davis - United Poultry Concerns
Debra Erenberg - Amnesty International
Alex Hershaft - Farm Animal Rights Movement
Lorri Houston - Animal Acres
Elliot Katz - In Defense of Animals
Shannon Keith - Animal Rescue
Anthony Marr - Global Anti-Hunting
Shirley McGreal - Int'l Primate Protection
Erica Meier - Compassion Over Killing
Peter Muller - League of Humane Voters
Jack Norris - Vegan Outreach
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau - Compassionate Cooks
Will Potter - Green Is the New Red
Nathan Runkle - Mercy For Animals
Brenda Shoss - Kinship Circle
Peter Young - Voice of the Voiceless

People who care about animals
People who want to learn about animals
Animal activists
Leaders of animal protection organizations
Producers & retailers of animal-friendly products
Providers of animal-friendly service
Geographical Scope: National

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