Our Hen House Workshop at the UW

Today we have the pleasure of having Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan from Our Hen House here in Seattle to do a workshop at the University of Washington. It should be a fun and productive conversation! If you’re around and would like to join us, please do! Details here:

When: Friday October 12, 2012; 12:00-2:00pm
Where: Room 115, William Gates Hall
Who: Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan (www.ourhenhouse.org)

Animal Studies Workshop: Changing the World for Animals through Academic/Activist Collaboration

Join the brains behind Our Hen House, Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan, for this unique roundtable discussion that explores their collaboration with activists, academics and everyone in between. Our Hen House (www.ourhenhouse.org/), named by VegNews Magazine as the 2011 Indie Media Powerhouse, is a multimedia hub of opportunities to mainstream the movement to end animal exploitation. Jasmin and Mariann, the founders — and the hosts of the popular Our Hen House podcast – will share the path that led them to creating Our Hen House, how the site is influenced and informed by academics’ involvement, and how we can use our own particular skills, talents and experience to build a new world free of animal exploitation. In this intimate workshop, animal law professor Mariann Sullivan and writer Jasmin Singer, will share ideas for turning thought into action, and action into real change. With a focus on ‘The Gay Animal,’ ‘The Legal Eagle,’ and other unique projects of Our Hen House, this workshop also offers the opportunity to explore the intersections of various social movements and our role in moving those efforts forward.

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    1. Wow, thank you so much, Gena! That means a lot. I was just reading your fig smoothie post when you commented. Love following your blog!

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