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Animal Liberation California Convergence

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Berkeley, CA 94704

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Join hundreds of activists converging in the SF Bay Area for a groundbreaking mass action for animals. It’s all part of a global campaign to achieve animal liberation in one generation!

Animal rights activists are facing felony charges for rescuing animals from industrial farms in Sonoma County. Yet, in the face of this legal repression, the movement is growing. And this fall, we are uniting to make a powerful case in support of the Right to Rescue. We will take action to protect Rose, the chicken we rescued from a factory farm last September, and we will demand that our government respond to the public’s concern for animals by protecting them under the law. This will be a global effort with people around the world asking for an Animal Bill of Rights!

The California Convergence will include trainings to empower and educate yourself as an activist, community events to build connections in the animal rights movement, and a coordinated action with cities around the world asking legislators to support an Animal Bill of Rights. Let’s change the world for animals. Are you ready?

All are welcome to attend, including those new to activism and veganism.

The conference runs from September 28th-October 1st in Berkeley, CA. Registration is $25, and there is a low-income price option as well as a sponsor-level price option if you'd like to help pay for another activist's attendance. Children 12 and under are free. There are also a limited number of free tickets available for attendees with financial restrictions.

If you have questions or need to update your registration information, please email convergence@dxe.io. You can also find out more information at http://liberationconvergence.com/.

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