Gene Baur at the Pacific School of Religion on Thursday! »
Gene Baur, you know, the president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary, will give a presentation at the Pacific School of Religion this Thursday, Nov. 18 called “Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food”! The talk will be based on his bestselling book of the same name, so you know what you’re getting. If you don’t, you can buy a copy at the event, and all the proceeds will go to Farm Sanctuary.
Gene’s talk will be held at PSR’s Badè Museum, at 1798 Scenic Ave. in Berkeley. There will be a reception at 5:30 p.m., and Gene will speak at 6:30; the event should last until 8. It’s free! thanks to the sponsorship of PSR’s Theological Roundtable on Ecological Ethics and Spirituality and the Farm Animal Protection Project.
Basically, East Bay-ers, if you have the time to get over to this talk on Thursday, you should. Obviously San Franciscans, too, but it is a little early for 9-to-6ers. The point is, it’s Gene Baur! He co-founded Farm Sanctuary in 1986! Before some of you little babies were even born! Here we are stomping around feeling like the Best Vegans Ever, with our Groundbreaking Actions and Special Snowflake Ideas, and Gene Baur was rescuing farm animals before we’d ever seen a cow. Go listen to him talk about his experience; it can help you be a better activist. Remember, activism? The less delicious part of veganism? Learn from a master! It’s one of the privileges of not actually being the groundbreakers.
Oh and! Contact Eileen M. Harrington with any questions.