February 23, 2019 –
Please join us at UCLA Law on Saturday, February 23, 2019, for consideration of topics relevant to animal agribusiness practices at odds with public values associated with animal protection, fair labor practices, and environmental protection. There will be three panels: one dealing with undercover investigations and the possibility for advocates in different social justice movements to coordinate or use reliable information from each other's investigations, another on labeling issues (including empirical research on whether consumers are confused by plant-based products labeled as "milk," labeling for marketing plant-based meat alternatives to consumers in India, and the use of lethal animal experimentation in the development and marketing of products labeled "vegan" and "plant-based), and a third panel on corporate agreements to engage in practices at a higher level of worker or environmental or animal protection than is required by law. This conference is free of charge and open to the public. Parking at UCLA is $12 for the day.
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