You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

UNITED POULTRY CONCERNS THIRD ANNUAL FORUM

“Do Animal Welfare Campaigns & Reforms
Hurt or Help Animal Rights & Abolition?”

September 15-16, 2001

Debate and discuss the effects of current animal welfare campaigns and reforms on the achievement of animal rights and the effort to abolish the status of nonhuman animals as property and resources in society.

Speakers:
Nedim Buyukmihci, VMD, President, Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights
Bruce Friedrich, Vegetarian Campaign Coordinator, PETA
Lee Hall, Attorney, Baltimore
Joe Miele, New Jersey Animal Rights Alliance
Kirsten Rosenberg, Managing Editor, The Animals' Agenda
Gary Yourofsky, Director, ADAPTT
Discussion Leaders:
Joyce Friedman, In Defense of Animals
P.J. McKosky, Animal Advocates of Pittsburgh
September 15:
Hilton Norfolk Airport
Reservations: www.hilton.com or (800) 422-7474 or (757) 466-8000
Rooms: single & double $89/night plus tax
September 16:
United Poultry Concerns
(a 40 minute drive from the Hilton-transportation provided)
Registration fee:
$75, pre-paid • Students & seniors $40, pre-paid

Send check or money order payable to United Poultry Concerns and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
United Poultry Concerns, PO Box 150, Machipongo, VA 23405.

Info: forum2001@upc-online.org • 757-678-7875

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