FFAC is thrilled to announce the launch of our new chapter in Los Angeles, led by Nora Kramer.
Nora has worked as an educator and activist since 2001. She coordinated the Bay Area’s signature-gathering efforts for the precedent-setting Proposition 2 campain, worked as the Youth Outreach Coordinator for Mercy for Animals, and is the Founder and Executive Director of Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp. As the new FFAC Los Angeles Director, Nora will educate consumers and empower activists across L.A.!
To kick off our L.A. chapter, our Executive Director will lead a speaker training, and a discussion on how animal activists can broaden our message to increase our effectiveness.
- The speaker training will be held on January 31st in Palos Verdes. The training and waiting list are full, but we will be holding another training within a few months. To learn about our upcoming trainings, email email@example.com.
- The talk, which is co-sponsored by the Animal Advocacy Museum, will be held at the Blue Rose Cafe (right next door to Doomie's Home Cookin!) from 7-9pm on January 31st.
Reaching New Heights: How Broadening Our Message Can Increase Effectiveness
Any way you cut it, factory farming is bad - for animals, the environment, workers, and public health. But discussion of animal agriculture has traditionally been relegated to the domain of animal rights, which alienates many potential supporters. Join the Executive Director of the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition for a discussion about how we can reach new audiences and build powerful coalitions through broadening our message.