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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Monday, May 28th, 2007 @ Skydragon (905-777-8102)

CATHERINE GRANT - AUTHOR OF THE NO-NONSENSE GUIDE TO ANIMAL RIGHTS AT THE SKY DRAGON
8:00 PM Ms Grant,writer, historian and activist based in Toronto, will be discussing her thoughts and experiences in the field of animal rights. There will be ample opportunity to debate and discuss the issues. Her recent book is titled The No-Nonsense Guide to Animal Rights, explains key issues and makes the connections between animal rights and other justice struggles and is published by Between the Lines. The protection of animal rights is more than a modern, western phenomenon. There is a long history of concern for animals around the world, and this is the concern that underlies today’s animal rights movement. . The book will be available for sale, and Catharine will be happy to sign copies. Location: Skydragon Centre , 27 King William Street, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton, Sponsor: Chapman Books, C.A.G.E.D., Compassion for Animals, the Hamilton Vegetarian Association and The Great Lakes Expo Contact Info:

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2 comments:

Kendell said...

Hey mrs. p
This is Kendell (typing to you from BC!). I have been eating a better diet since doing a detox called Dr.Joshi (still eat chicken and fish, but only buy organic free-range/wild). I am lacking recipes so just wanted to let you know that I appreciate any that you post on here alot!

Compassionate Consumption said...

Hi Kendell,
Did Matt tell you we were asking after you? This is so strange that you would email me. I hope you are well.
I have heard about the program under Dr Roshi - a friend of mine tried it as well. Since you are looking for some recipes, I would strongly recommend a site from a lady in Northern BC. The focus is meal plans complete with recipes, shopping lists and staples list. It is excellent - I loved the sounds of the different dishes and the pictures are fantastic. The site is called veggiemealplans.com
Looking forward to a visit from you when you make your way back east this summer. Take care Kendell.
Mrs. P.