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You are Invited to the Holiday Party and Fundraiser to benefit Expand Animal Rights Sat.12/28 6pm

Written By: Marcelle - Dec• 28•13


Come celebrate with us at our holiday party and fundraiser to benefit Expand Animal Rights Now (EARN) and the Animal Advocacy Museum. This past year was huge in animal rights where we saw lots of achievements for animals and saw the launch of the Animal Advocacy Museum and EARN. Both organizations have helped animals and created outreach programs that have excited the animal rights world.

Saturday at 6:00pm

Animal Advocacy Museum

280 S. Los Robles Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101



EARN has been on the front lines in courtrooms across the state fighting to increase rights and protections for animals. Currently, EARN’s attorneys are representing clients against major corporations including Costco, Petsmart and Barkworks. EARN is also taking on the County of Los Angeles and the City of Pico Rivera for the brutal shooting of Chico Blue, a 5 year old pit bull, by law enforcement officers. Not only is EARN fighting legal battles for animals, but their staff also goes into classrooms around Los Angeles to educate children about the importance of adopting a vegan diet. And EARN’s adoption team has saved many animals from abuse and neglect by placing them in loving homes.

The Animal Advocacy Museum has hosted lectures by Will Tuttle, Matt Ball, Melanie Joy, Julieanna Hever, Armaiti May, Michael Budkie, Dave Simon, Charlotte Cressey, Lauren Gazzola, and has become the go-to place for vegans and animal activists in L.A. The museum has also led the way in bringing activists together by coordinating meetings with the AR community and outreach efforts have included co-sponsoring the Animal Activist Conference at Occidental College and coordinating speakers to speak at UCLA and Occidental College. Showing that vegans can have fun with parties, food contests, and movie nights have created the vegan community that people have wanted to see for years.
Join us on Saturday, Dec. 28th to celebrate the achievements of these two amazing organizations. Food will be provided by Real Food Daily and Rawsheed’s Raw Fusion Cafe.

Get Tickets Here:
$20 General Admission – ($30 at the door, so buy online)

$100 VIP Tickets –

$500 Sponsorship Tickets –

MAKE A DONATION of $50, if you can’t attend. –

Speakers Will Briefly Talk About Successes This Past Year:
Jill Ryther and David Burke talk about launching EARN
Prabhat Gautam ltalks about launching the Animal Advocacy Museum
Dominic Greco talks abut creating the exhibit COMMITTED
Aylam Orian talks about National Animal Rights Day (NARD)
Simone Reyes talks about the AR movement in L.A.
Vegan Boss talks about launching his album
Jenny Zepp & Friends sing their activist songs
Billy Hulting talks about producing another great Worldfest
Dr. Jennifer Conrad talks about her movie The Paw Project
Dave Simon talks about launching his book Meatonomics

Silent auction items for the event include:
Alexandra Paul will take you on a drive in her Chevy Volt and you will head to lunch with her at SunCafe
Dinner with Dan Piraro
Lunch with Ed Begley Jr.
Skateboard signed by Steve O
2 Memberships
Vegan Boss Concert Tickets
2 Tickets to Natural Products Expo West
3 Month Premium Membership on VeggieDate
Empowerment Strategy Session with Dave Rubin
Dinner for 2 at Real Food Daily
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