September 17, 2016 at Berkeley Animal Rights Center in Berkeley.
Every Saturday at 11:00 AM, local animal rights supporters gather to enjoy great food and company, discuss recent events, and empower and train one another to be the best activists we can be. These meetups are open to all, whether you just learned about factory farming or are a veteran activist. If you want to be around a fun and welcoming group of animal-lovers, this is the place for you!
HOW DO I GET TO THE MEETUP? Go inside the red building at 2425 Channing Way, the same shopping center as Revolution Books. We’re at one of the spaces inside!
WHAT HAPPENS AT MEETUPS? Each week is different! Expect talks, panels, trainings, potlucks, and protests!
WHY DO WE FOCUS ON COMMUNITY? Great social justice movements begin with a community, from the Quaker church to LGBT community centers. We too need a community for training, support, and encouragement.
HOW DO I GET MORE INVOLVED? There are many areas we need help with! The first way to get involved is to attend our weekly meetups, and to find a working group that suits your skills. Beyond that, reach out if you have another skill that you’d like to deploy for animals. We’ll find a way for you to put your skills to use!