Here’s this week’s show!
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John Oberg of Vegan Outreach
John Oberg is a passionate animal advocate who has been leafletting with Vegan Outreach since 2009 and was hired this year as their Outreach Coordinator. He was at University of British Columbia today in the midst of a leafletting blitz of BC’s colleges and universities, spreading the word about the horrors of industrial animal agriculture. John speaks about Vegan Outreach and incredible effect that one person with a smile and a stack of leaflets can have!
To get started with leafletting or to help with the work that Vegan Outreach does please visit their website: VeganOutreach.org. To join John next time he visits your area email him directly: JohnO@VeganOutreach.org
After the show aired we got an update from John about his day at UBC:
“At the point of the interview (about 12:10pm), we had reached about 3,000 students. By the end of the day (around 3:00pm), the total came to 4,249, which is an all-time record for any school in Canada — big news on the outreach front! Thanks for helping me promote this kind of work!
Animal Liberation Forum 2012
The Animal Liberation Forum is a FREE 3 day conference in Long Beach, California, that calls animal liberators, abolitionists, and vegan activists of all kinds to action! Topics ranging from animal liberation, interconnections of oppressions, direct action, and veganism will be discussed and strategized through speakers, panels, workshops, film screenings, music, and art.
For a full list of presenters, workshops, and artists visit the Facebook event page:
Cease Animal Torture presents: Animal Liberation Forum 2012
1) Near the mid-way mark of the show we share a live recording from the Animal Voices Thanksliving Potluck & Variety Show (October 7, 2012):
grow strong as we stand by robin rebecca
2) We close the show today with Natalie’s Song from the album called We Must Look Like Monsters by Mike XVX, who is performing at this year’s Animal Liberation Forum. He will be also be speaking at the Forum about the Open the Cages Tour which he orchestrated earlier this year.