Colombia- A Case Study of Animal Rights Activism in War Torn Countries – 11/14
November 14, 10 AM – 11:30 AM
Long time activist Fernando Cuenca is giving a talk about how animal rights advocacy is shaped when performed in countries ravaged by war, in which he’ll draw from his own experience growing up and co-founding an animal rights organization in Colombia. Fernando has lived in the US since 2003 and in Washington since 2008. He currently lives north of Seattle with his family, loves photography and the outdoors and is a proud human and cat papa.
Register for this webinar here: actionnetwork.org/events/colombia-a-case-study-of-animal-rights-activism-in-war-torn-countries