Join MFA at the Animal Rights National Conference

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BabyLamb1_dreamstime_1287671.jpgNext week animal advocates from across the country will converge in Los Angeles for the annual Animal Rights National Conference. Complete with nearly 100 acclaimed speakers representing 60 organizations and nine countries, this is the world's longest-running animal advocacy symposium.

Over 110 inspiring and informative sessions will be presented on topics ranging from animals and the law, grassroots activism, vegan campaigns, personal skill building, and updates on national efforts to protect animals used for fur, food, and vivisection. Delicious vegan cuisine and cruelty-free shopping opportunities also await attendees.

MFA's Executive Director Nathan Runkle will present on various issues at the conference, including undercover investigations, advertisement campaigns, grassroots outreach, and vegetarian campaigns.

Other noteworthy speakers include Karen Davis of United Poultry Concerns, Karen Dawn of, Lorri Houston of Animal Acres, Elliot Katz of In Defense of Animals, Erik Marcus of, Jack Norris of Vegan Outreach, and Erica Meier of Compassion Over Killing.

For all of the exciting conference details, and to register for the event, visit

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Hello! I just watched scenes from the documentary. It is appalling how animals are treated on factory farms! These people have no respect for the animals well being and happiness. I recently became a vegan because I want to do my part in helping in any way I can. I am looking forward to watch the entire film on November 8th in Columbus. Thank you for opening my eyes to what is really happening.


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