Tammy and Chris
RSVP: CA Animal Agriculture: Facts & Fallacies - SF (Mission) - 06/05/05

Original Event Notes: The Compassionate Living series will examine various aspects related to vegetarianism, animal rights, and being an advocate for a more compassionate lifestyle via discussions, films, and speakers. This event happens on the 1st Sunday of every month in SF.

This month's presentation by Christine Morrissey, director of East Bay Animal Advocates, will examine how Californians impact the lives of humans and animals, and the environment, every time a meat or dairy product is purchased.

Morrissey has conducted investigative rescues at egg, turkey, dairy and broiler farms in California's Central Valley. Attendees will get the opportunity to observe the unfiltered plight of animals in the agriculture. EBAA's Free Range and Dairy Investigations will be examined in detail.

Christine Morrisey works full-time as the Outreach Coordinator for the Contra Costa County Bar Association, where she organizes free animal law legal clinics. She is also a California humane officer.

If possible, please RSVP if you will be attending so we can plan accordingly; walk-ins are fine. Admission is free. Donations welcome to support the Compassionate Living program.

Suggestions and/or volunteers for future topics welcome.

Event location: Cellspace, 2050 Bryant Street, SF.

Light refreshments available. We will be going out to dinner afterwards. Click here to RSVP for the dinner.

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