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Animal Liberation Forum 2011

In the spring of 2009, Cease Animal Torture launched their first ever Animal Liberation Forum at California State University Long Beach. The forum, which took place in April 2009, was the first conference concerning animal rights in all of CSULB’s 60 year history.

At the beginning of this year, Cease Animal Torture successfully held their second annual Animal Liberation Forum and continued the tradition of featuring speakers and organizations from all over the country. In its two year run, the Animal Liberation Forum has had the privilege of guest speakers such as Press Officer Dr. Jerry Vlasak MD, Co-founder of Feminists for Animal Rights (FAR) and Author Marti Kheel, Stewart Soloman member of Vegan Outreach, Lorri Houston founder of Animal Acres, and Greg Kelly international activist and co-founder of Band of Mercy. In addition to having a wide array of informative speakers, organizations such as veganTHIS, Animal Rescue Media Education (ARME), Orange County People for Animals (OCPA), North American Animal Liberation Press Office (NAALPO), Eko Zone, and Band of Mercy – Los Angeles have participated.

With 2010 coming to an end, Cease Animal Torture is already planning for its third annual Animal Liberation Forum in Spring 2011. CAT is currently looking for speakers and organizations to participate and are asking those who are interested to send an application*** by Friday January 15, 2011 at: [email protected] .

If you would like to volunteer or get involved with planning for the AL Forum 2011, please email us at the address provided above.

***Applications for speakers consist of your name, organization (if applicable) and what you are interested in speaking on. Applications for organizations consist of your organization's name, main contact and a general summary of what your organization promotes (and/or your mission statement)***


The Animal Liberation Forum is a FREE 4 day conference in Long Beach, CA calling for a total abolitionist movement and animal liberation to action.

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