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Dr. Orestes Gutierrez

3 Steps to Superior Health: An Evidence-based Guide for Stress Reduction, Longevity, and Weight Loss

Saturday, 6/11/16, 2pm
Eugene Library
100 W 10th Ave, Eugene


Erica Meier, Executive Director, Compassion Over Killing

Choosing Compassion One Meal at a Time

Saturday, 7/23/16, 2pm
Eugene Library
100 W 10th Ave, Eugene


Janice Stanger, PhD

The Dangerous Truth About Protein

Saturday, 8/20/16, 2pm
Eugene Library
100 W 10th Ave, Eugene


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Dr. Alan Goldhamer

Clinical Fasting Researcher

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Many things made me become a vegetarian, among them the higher food yield as a solution to world hunger. - John Denver

Katie Cantrell

Katie Cantrell is a UC Berkeley graduate and former president of the Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy. She founded the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition in 2010 to educate people about the ecological and social justice hazards of industrial meat production in the United States. Katie has delivered over 150 presentations on factory farming, and her presentation has been used as a resource by food justice activists across the country.

The Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC) is an educational non-profit dedicated to empowering consumers to help animals, the environment, and our own health through our daily food choices. FFAC's 30-minute presentation provides a holistic overview of the many impacts of factory farming. The presentation is a must-watch for people who care about people, for people who care about the environment, and for people who like seeing cute animal pictures.

Since its inception in 2010, FFAC has trained 40 presenters to give presentations to classes, churches, community organizations, and businesses. FFAC also won free advertising on San Francisco's public transit system, which brought the message of Meatless Mondays to over 300,000 people per day.

For more information, please visit www.ffacoalition.org or find us on Facebook and Twitter @ffacoalition

If you missed Katie's wonderful and informative presentation, Hidden In Plain Bite: The Impact of Factory Farming, see it HERE.