PROMOTING VEGANISM WIDELY & EFFECTIVELY

UNITED POULTRY CONCERNS ANNUAL FORUM 2003
August 16-17, 2003
University of Boulder – Boulder Campus

SCHEDULE

Saturday, August 16th, Campus Events Center

Morning

8 – 8:30 Registration

8:30 – 8:45 Welcome by Karen Davis

8:45 – 9:30 Carol J. Adams, “Beyond Just ‘Living With’ Meat Eaters.”

9:45 – 10:30 Jack Norris, “Mainstreaming Veganism by Reaching Youth & Focusing on Animal Suffering.”

10:45 – 11 Coffee Break

11 – 11:45 Pattrice Jones, “Facing Reality and Crafting Strategies Accordingly”

12 Noon – 1 PM Vegan Buffet Luncheon Prepared by Lynn Halpern

Afternoon

1:15 – 2 Karen Davis, “Should Animal Advocates Promote a ‘Humane’ Animal-Based Diet & Endorse ‘Humane’ Farmed Animal Production and Products?”

2 – 2:45 Discussion

3- 3:45 Dave Crawford, “Promoting a Plant-Based Diet by Appealing to People’s Penchant for Self-Preservation.”

3:45 – 4 Break

4 – 4:45 Questions & Answers, General Discussion

4:45 – 5 Announcements, Concluding Remarks by Karen Davis

(Conference Continues Tomorrow Sunday, August 17th from 9AM – 5PM)

Sunday, August 17th, Campus Events Center

9 – 9: 30 Introduction by Karen Davis, Announcements

9:30 – 10:15 Zoe Weil, “Inspiring People to Go Vegan.”

10:30 – 11:15 Paul Shapiro, “Making a Big Difference with Few Resources: Effective Vegan Advocacy on a Tight Budget.”

11: 30 – 12 Noon: Questions & Answers, Discussion

Noon – 1 PM: Vegan Buffet Luncheon Prepared by Lynn Halpern

1:15 – 2:00 Lauren Ornelas, “My Experience Going From Working on Anti-Vivisection to Veganism.”

2:15 – 3:00 Bruce Friedrich, “Effective Vegan Advocacy: Look at Corporations and Steal from Their Corporate Playbook.”

3:15 – 4:30 Discussion: What Have We Learned? What Will We Do Differently, or Better, to Promote Veganism as a Result of This Forum?

4:30 – 5 Announcements, Concluding Remarks by Karen Davis

Thank you for your participation!

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