Cease Animal Torture (CAT) presents the Animal Liberation Forum 2010
Last spring, Cease Animal Torture (CAT) launched their first ever Animal Liberation Forum in April 2009 at California State University Long Beach. CAT's Forum was the first conference concerning animal liberation in all of CSULB's 60 year history.
Continuing to make history for the animals, CAT presents their 2nd annual Animal Liberation Forum from Thursday April 15 - Sunday April 18, 2010. Cease Animal Torture welcomes an array of speakers and participants who will share their perspectives, tactics, strategies and experiences through panels, workshops, films and discussion. The Animal Liberation Forum is a space where activists will be able to network, organize with others and ultimately, become more efficacious for the animals.
Presentations include: the connection between animal liberation and feminism, the roles of farm sanctuaries, media, and grassroots activism, how to keep active under AETA, and maintaining an inclusive, international abolitionist movement.
Organizations including North American Animal Liberation Press Office (NAALPO), Eko Zone, Band Of Mercy, The Vegan Collection, and Animal Acres will be tabling with literature, cruelty-free merch and more!
Animal Liberation Forum 2010
CSU Long Beach
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Thursday April 15
Lecture Hall 151 (LH 151) 6 PM
Friday April 16
Liberal Arts 3 (LA 3) 11 AM
Saturday April 17 and Sunday April 18
College of Business Administration (CBA) 11 AM
Animal Liberation Forum 2010 is a FREE 4 day conference in Long Beach, CA calling for a total abolitionist movement and animal liberation to action. Topics ranging from feminism, animal liberation, direct action and veganism will be discussed and strategized through speakers, panels, workshops and film screenings.