UPC Hosts 6th Annual Forum in 2006
April 8-9, 2006 * Columbus, Ohio

“Using the Media Effectively to Promote Farmed Animal and Vegetarian Issues”

Illustration By: Nigel Burroughs

Learn how to:

  • Write a publishable letter to the editor
  • Talk confidently to reporters
  • Do call-in radio
  • Start your own broadcast
  • Get media to tell your story

Register Now! UPC’s 6th Annual Forum, April 8-9, 2006, University Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Columbus, Ohio.

Forum Registration: $90 includes 2 breakfasts and two vegan luncheons.
Seniors/Students: $65. Registration due by April 1, 2006 payable to United Poultry Concerns. 
Registration AFTER April 1: $100. $75 Students/Seniors

University Plaza Hotel Rooms: $89 each. Call toll-free 877-677-5292

Exhibitor Table: $100 plus Registration Fee


Janice Blue, Founder-Producer, Go Vegan Texas
Karen Davis, Founder-President, United Poultry Concerns
Karen Dawn, Founder-Producer, Dawn Watch
Bruce Friedrich, Director of Vegan Campaigns, PETA
Debra Probert, Executive Director, Vancouver Humane Society
Nathan Runkle, Founder-Director Mercy for Animals
Paul Shapiro, Factory Farming Campaign Manager, Humane Society of the United States
Jeff Sharp, Team Leader - Ohio Survey of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Issues, Rural Sociology Program, Ohio State University
Kim Sturla, Co-Founder-Director, Animal Place

Special Film Presentation: The Emotional World of Farm Animals Produced by Animal Place. Led by Jeffrey Masson, author of The Pig Who Sang to the Moon and Raising the Peaceable Kingdom (2005)