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Date and Time: April 24-25, 2015. 10am-5pm. PDT.
**This conference should be accessible regardless of income. Please inquire about the volunteers we need (who can attend for free) and the limited economic hardship scholarships we have (partial and full) by contacting the organizer here-> Economic Hardship Assistance to Attend Conference
Group Pricing: Because many people like to call in and listen with a group of people, via paying for one ticket, we ask that you use the honor system and pay for 1 of two group prices if you know you will be calling in to listen with a group of people (i.e., a class of 10 students calls in to listen together would be asked to pay a group price instead of an individual ticket price). There are two tiers to this group pricing system:
- Small Group (5-10 individuals)
- Large Group (10+ individuals)
Student Pricing: Discounted rate for individual students. Please provide a school affiliated email address when registering.
Full Pricing: This is the non-student ticket price for one individual.
Sistah Vegan Ally Donor + Free Admission: If you'd like to donate as an individual Sistah Vegan Ally Donor please enter any amount between $100-$199 for free admission and a signed copy of Sistah Vegan book edited by Dr. A. Breeze Harper.
Sistah Vegan Ally Plus Donor + Free Admission: If you'd like to donate as an individual Sistah Vegan Ally Donor please enter any amount over $200 for free admission a signed copies of Sistah Vegan book edited by Dr. A. Breeze Harper as well as her new novel Scars: A Black Lesbian Experience in Rural White New England (Sense Publishers 2014) by Dr. A. Breeze Harper
For this year's conference, we ask that participants support the ongoing work of the Sistah Vegan Project by paying for a ticket to access the event. Your monetary support will help the many goals of the Sistah Vegan project such as:
Renting a private space (such as Berkeley hub) for two days to do the web conference with high speed internet connection.
Organizing yearly Sistah-Vegan conferences that leave participants with concrete tools they can implement into their personal and work lives to dismantle systemic racism with a pro-vegan/ahimsa foundation.
Supporting the groundbreaking book project by Dr. A. Breeze Harper Black Masculinity, Veganism, and Ethical Consumption (The Remix).
Supporting the production of an edited volume of the proceedings of the Vegan Praxis of Black Lives Matter conference which a publisher has already expressed interest in publishing.
Provide financial support for operating costs for The Sistah Vegan Project (i.e. travel to conferences, utilities to run the project, internet and web technologies, editing services, design services, etc).
The creation of ongoing tools and resources, such as webinars, toolkits, and short publications that use critical race feminism and anti-speciesism to educate people about how to effectively dismantle systemic oppression and violence against people, non-human animals, and Earth's natural resources.
Food and Nutritional toolkits with an emphasis on marginalized populations.
Have questions? Contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have questions about The Vegan Praxis of Black Lives Matter (Interactive Web Conference)?
Contact Dr. A. Breeze Harper