Twin Cities Veg Fest 2014

Sun, Sep 28, 2014

Vegan Love waffles sold by Kitty Corner Cafe at Twin Cities Veg Fest 2013Twin Cities Veg Fest 2014 will take place on Sunday, September 28, 2014. Yes, it’s a Sunday this year! The festival will take place at Coffman Memorial Union at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Twin Cities Veg Fest is for anyone and everyone – from omnivores to vegetarians and vegans! If you’ve ever thought about becoming vegetarian or are interested in reducing animal suffering, you’ll love Twin Cities Veg Fest. You can become a sponsorapply to exhibit, or apply as a speaker today.

Twin Cities Veg Fest is free to attend. Learn where your food comes from, how to be a healthy vegetarian or vegan, and why being compassionate benefits everyone. Plus you’ll enjoy tons of free vegan food samples and delicious vegan cuisine. Everyone who came to our 2013 and 2012 festivals had a great time.

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Compassionate Times: August, 2014

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Animal Rights National Conference 2014 Wrap-Up

Since 1981, the Animal Rights National Conference has been offering a place for animal rights activists and others interested in the welfare of animals to network and learn more about the movement. The 2014 conference took place in mid-July in Los Angeles and had a number of high-profile speakers and insightful workshops.

Compassionate Action for Animals was fortunate to have several volunteers and staff members attend the conference this year, and we wanted to catch up with them to learn more about their experiences. This year, we had some veterans and some first-timers attend the conference, and we’ll take an inside look at the experiences of both.

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Why?

Most of us would like to think that the meat, milk, and eggs we buy come from animals who have lived happy, healthy lives. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. Like cats and dogs, the animals we eat have complex emotions including the ability to suffer. Yet on modern farms, they are treated with such disregard that similar treatment to a cat or dog would be grounds for felony cruelty charges in Minnesota.

We need your participation! Please volunteer, donate, or come to an event. With your voice to advocate for animals, we can make a huge difference.

Check out our vegetarian resources section for all your vegetarian and vegan needs, including our tasty recipes, online restaurant guide, free Go Veg Guide, and veg traveling and study abroad guide.