WHEN/WHERE: July 15-19th. Washington, DC area (Hilton Mark Center Hotel, Alexandria, VA). WHO ATTENDS: People who care about animals. WHAT: Presentations & workshops on topics such as animal abuse, veganism, population growth, and activism. Amazing, inspirational videos – including premieres. Eyewitness reports from Whale Wars and other key campaigns.
SPECIAL ADDRESS by U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich! 90 speakers from 60 animal groups (Gene Baur – Farm Sanctuary, Nathan Runkle – Mercy for Animals, & more)
WHY: To learn, network, get INSPIRED, share information & practices, and define new strategies for animal advocacy. MORE REASONS WHY: To CELEBRATE successes and to get motivated & encouraged to continue passionately advocating for the animals. EVEN MORE REASONS: 90 FREE exhibits featuring animal advocacy and social justice groups, compassionate shopping, delicious food, animal art, & more! Celebrity & activist awards. Networking receptions and a banquet. Fundraiser with exciting items such as vegan B&B package, vacations, & vegan artists’ creations. Something for your VEGAN TASTE BUDS: Of course the conference features all the best in vegan foods and products, donated by companies such as Turtle Mountain-SoDelicious, Turtle Island-Tofurky , Match Meats, Tofutti, Edwards & Sons ~ Chreese, Kiss My Face, LÄRABAR, Whole Foods, and more. COST: Registration fees vary based upon the number of days attending. Exhibits are FREE and open to the public Fri-Sun, 10:15 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Exhibit visitors receive a free pass to attend one daytime conference workshop.
STILL NEED MORE INFO? For a program schedule, list of speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, and donors, promotional video, and previous conference footage, visit www.arconference.org.
AR2010 is hosted by Farm Animal Rights Movement and co-sponsored by several animal advocacy groups, related businesses, and organizations.. For more information or to register for the conference, visit www.arconference.org or call 888-ASK-FARM.
We thank you in advance for helping to promote the Animal Rights 2010 National Conference. We hope to see YOU there!
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