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Schedules

Pro-Intersectional Vegan Conference (Sunday only)

Collection of activists worldwide speaking on issues of pro-intersectionality, veganism and justice

Taking place in the Auditorium and Talks Rooms 1, 3, 4 & 5 at Level 3 on Sunday only

Floor plans here

Kindly sponsored by A Well-Fed World

#PIVC2016

 

For full speakers list and biographies, please refer to the right sidebar underneath "Pro-Intersectional Vegan Conference"


Schedules (talks run from 11:00am - 5:00pm)

Auditorium

Talks
Room 1

Talks
Room 3
Talks
Room 4
Talks
Room 5

11:00

Christopher-Sebastian McJetters

Race, Class & Species: An Introduction to the Intersections of Relative Oppressions

11:00

Sagar Kirit Shah

Jainism, Ahimsa and the vegan movement in the Jain community

11:00

Dr. A. Breeze Harper

Recipes for Racial Tension Headaches: Black, Vegan, and Anti-Racist Scholar in USA's Ethical Foodscape

(via Skype)

11:00

Dawn L. Moncrief

Hunger and Animal Farming as Interconnected Abuses of Power

11:00

Dr. Casey Taft

Expanding Our View of Violence Prevention

12:00

 

12:00

Dr. Kate Stewart

Women and the vegan movement

12:00

Sarah K. Woodcock

The Foundation of Justice and the Animal Rights Movement

(via Skype)

12:00

lauren Ornelas

Discussion: Beyond Veganism: how to incorporate broader issues with your campaigns - should you or not?

12:00

Ali Ryland (The Vegan Society)

Promoting a pro-intersectional approach within your vegan group

1:00

Brenda Sanders

A Comprehensive Intersectional Approach to Vegan Activism

 

1:00

Dr. Richard Twine
Transitions and intersections

How does intersectionality complicate vegan transition? 

1:00

Dr. Kim Socha

On Being Ignored: Ageism in the Animal Rights Movement

(via Skype)

 

1:00

Christopher-Sebastian McJetters

Queering Animal Liberation: Why Animal Rights is a Queer Issue.

 

1:00

Dr. Moses Seenarine

Intersection of Climate and Food - How Your Diet Affects the Poor, Women and Children, Indigenous, People of Color, and the Climate

(via Skype)

 

2:00

lauren Ornelas

Food Justice: Your Food Choices can change the world

2:00

Joe Brydon

Otherisation: What can we learn from LGBTQ+ experience about speciesism and violence?

2:00

pattrice jones

Everybody is Someplace: Thinking Ecologically about Intersectional Activism

(via Skype)

2:00

2:00

Katrina Fox

Intersectionality & Business

(via Skype)

3:00

Raffaella Ciavatta

One Struggle, One Fight. How to Fight for Humans and Animal Rights

3:00

Dr. Roger Yates

Trying to be a Good Pro-Intersectional Listener

3:00

Demetrius Bagley

Nature Is Diverse: a call for compassion

(via Skype)

3:00

Brenda Sanders

The Power of Community-Based Vegan Activism

3:00

Robert Grillo

Farm to Fable: The Fictions of our Animal Consuming Culture

(via Skype)

4:00

Omowale Adewale

Why Intersectionality is a Struggle

(via Skype)

 

4:00

Dr. Tushar Mehta

Eat for the Earth! The global and environmental impact of Plant VS Animal foods

 

4:00

Dr. Will Tuttle

The Hidden Roots of Social Justice Issues

(via Skype)

 

4:00

Liz Tyson

Sudfeh ("Serendipity"): Empowerment of Young People in Occupied Palestine via Vegan Outreach

 

4:00

A. Marie Houser

Countering Ableism with Relationality in Animal Rights/Liberation Movements

(via Skype)

 

 

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