Thursday, September 25, 2014
October 6, 2014
2:00-3:00 in Peabody Auditorium (in Kilpatrick)
Gene Baur, co-founder of Farm Sanctuary one of the biggest and most respected farm animal rescue sanctuaries
Gene’s thoughtful and moving presentations set forth the great progress we have achieved by working together and address what each of us can do to help to create a more compassionate society. Gene grounds his message not on accusations or judgments but on facts and research. He appeals to our better selves and explains how we can, and why we must, align our everyday actions with our own values and interests.
Consider inviting Gene to give a presentation in your town. His presentations cover a range of topics, including: the work of Farm Sanctuary, the sentience of farm animals, the environmental impacts of animal agriculture, legislative campaigns against factory farming, advice for activists, the economics of animal agribusiness, the local food movement, and human health and nutrition.
Gene tailors his presentations to inform and inspire various audiences. Parties that have invited Gene to speak include: colleges and universities, high schools, law schools, conferences, church groups, book stores, book discussion clubs, vegetarian and animal protection clubs, community groups, libraries, festivals, movie screening organizers, rotary chapters, and groups interested in health and nutrition, environmental issues, or farming and gardening. Contact us with your ideas.
Gene’s presentations empower people to act on behalf of animals and to make healthier and more sustainable food choices. Click on the links below to learn more about Gene’s book, "Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food", and his engaging presentations.