Check this out. We must never drop our guard for these misguided children are busy, very busy. My Groups | NYSRPA-alert Main Page ANIMAL RIGHTS MEETING Dont say it cant happen. They want to ban hunting and are working hard to accomplish their goal.,, Tom King 2nd Annual Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Conference April 23rd, 2005 Free Lodging! Do not forget to bring lunch and money to donate and buy food, etc.! Sponsored by: Syracuse Animal Rights Organization Center on Animal Liberation Affairs GetVegan.com Bite Back Magazine Community Animal Project Animal Defense League, Long Island Stop Animal Neglect and Exploitation (SANE) Student Environmental Action Coalition Houston Animal Rights Team Syracuse University, New York, USA Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Conference is an international interdisciplinary conference inviting activists and academics to discuss philosophies and multiple amount of policies effecting animal liberation. This Conference complements the efforts of the Animal Liberation Philosophy and Policy Journal, which is offering to publish papers presented. This Conference much like the journal was designed to build up the common activist's knowledge of animal liberation while at the same time appealing to academic specialists to address the important topic of animal liberation. We believe that activists and academics can learn from each other and assist in the common goal of animal liberation. Please join us to discuss an array of topics centered on animal liberation including, but not limited to deep ecology, feminism, social justice, classism, PATRIOT Act, environmental ethics, Eco-Terrorism laws, rights vs. liberation, humane education, post-modernism, utilitarianism, religion, indigenous rights, and racism. This conference is free and open to anyone who wishes to attend. Contact: Syracuse Animal Rights Organization firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tabling at the conference is $20.00. If you would like to table please send an e-mail noting that to email@example.com Checks should be made out to Syracuse Animal Rights Organization and sent to the following address: Syracuse Animal Rights Organization PO Box 37044 Syracuse, NY 13235 Speakers: Ashanti Alston Matthew Calarc Darius Fullmer Laura Geonivi Marti Kheel, Founder, Feminists for Animal Rights Moe Mitchell Jennifer Leigh Pelton Leslie James Pickering, co-founder of Arissa beth puma Andy Stepanian Adam Weissman, Activism Center at Wetlands Preserve Aaron Zelhoeffer Facilitators: Joel Capolongo Shawn DeLeo Erin Ryan Fitzgerald Eli Moore Anthony J. Nocella, II Matthew Walton More Coming Soon! SCHEDULE OF EVENTS From Theory to Action and Beyond 9:00 AM Welcoming: Erin Ryan Fitzgerald, Syracuse Animal Rights Organization Local Issues: Shawn DeLeo, Community Animal Project 9:30 Strategic Visions of Revolution - Facilitator: Matthew Walton 1. Leslie James Pickering, Arissa Press, Building a Revolution in America 2. Matthew Calarco, Ph.D., Sweet Briar College, Animal Liberation and Its Others 3. Adam Weissman, Activism Center at Wetlands Preserve, Lifestyle Revolutionary - From Dumpster Diving to Simple Living 11:10 Dealing with the Consequences of Militant Action: - 1. Facilitator: Joel Capolongo - From Prisons to Snitches 2. Andy Stepanian, Animal Defense League, Doing Time and Political Prisoner Support 3. Moe Mitchell, Critical Resistance, Repressing the Reality 12:50 Lunch 2:20 Queer Liberation and Animal Liberation United At Last! - Facilitator: Jennifer Leigh Pelton 1. Aaron Jackson, Making the Connection Between Human and Animal Liberation Struggles 2. Matthew Calarco, Ph.D., Sweet Briar College, Animal Liberation 3. Marti Kheel, Feminists for Animal Rights, Coming Out Vegetarian/Coming out Gay: Making Links and Alliances 4:00 Taking Down Walls of Suppression -Facilitator: Erin Ryan Fitzgerald 1. 2. Laura Geonivi, Hofstra University, Womyn and the Movements that Repress Them 3. beth puma, Hofstra University, Getting My Voice Back 5:40 Coalition Building and Outreach - Facilitator: Eli Moore 1. 2. Ashanti Alston, Critical Resistance, Building Bridges from Chiapas to NYC 3. Darius Fullmer, Why Joe Lunchbox Isn't Down With Your Revolution: Speaking the Language of the Mainstream 7:10 Closing Remarks ********************************************************************* Alan W. Bell Tel: (607)255-2862 Professor & Chairman Fax: (607)255-9829 Department of Animal Science Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 149 Morrison Hall http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/ Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853-4801 Michael J. Baker, PhD, PAS 607-255-5923 (phone) Beef Cattle Extension Specialist 607-255-9829 (fax) 130 Morrison Hall email@example.com Cornell University www.ansci.cornell.edu/beef/ Ithaca, NY 14853 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yahoo! Groups Links To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NYSRPA-alert/ To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: NYSRPAfirstname.lastname@example.org Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.