Animal Activism 101 April 21 2013

NARN’s Animal Activism 101 is just around the corner and we are really excited. We hope that we can make the most of the two hours that you’ll spend with us!

First, for those of you who have never done activism before, we will share some ideas on how to pick the right activities for your skills, strengths, and interests and how to actually get started. For those of you who have done some activism, but are new to scene, we’ll share some tips, tricks, and best practices not only from NARN, but from other activists around the world.

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Get ready to talk about the mechanics of: tabling, leafleting, demonstrations, writing, online activism, corporate campaigning, and using your unique talents and interests in making the world a better place for animals and spreading veganism far and wide.

We’ll also talk about dealing with stress, dabble in the psychology of change, and how to be strategic in planning your activism. We’ll even chat about dealing with people on a personal level.

 

We want to build the community of NW vegan and animal activists to be strong and connected. We can learn from each other, share what we know, support each other, and most importantly be as effective as possible for the animals. The animals can’t wait. They need us now. Their future depends on our work!

Sunday, April 21, 2013
12 – 2 pm
Cascade People’s Center
309 Pontius Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98109

Please RSVP on Facebook (or email info@narn.org) so we know how much snacks to bring. If you want to bring something to share, please let us know.

Stand up. Speak out. Get involved.

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About Anika

Why I'm vegan: I believe that we create our future and I want a future for all animals and our planet that is not based on greed, but on compassion, reason, and generosity. I think that veganism is the future and that a sustainable world will require animal liberation. Why I'm with NARN: I really dislike when people complain about how things are, but don't take action. I don't want to be one of those people. I want to walk the walk, as they say. Also, I realize that I came to veganism by being influenced by other people. I'd like to do the same for others. Favorite quote: "It is never too late to be what you might have been." - George Eliot

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