Animal Rights v. Animal Welfare

Not only to people care about the condition of non-humans in society, it has always been so. But those who see the responsibility of humans to care for our compatriots on earth are divided about who should care, how we show we care and whether humans are good or evil. The divide has created separate channels of information that are in conflict with one another. If you've seen one channel, you simply don't believe the other when it's presented as an argument by the "other side". Facts could help us see we are more agreed than not but human nature won't allow this to happen when strongly held beliefs about who we are or whether we are good people are at stake. Join to discuss. All are welcome.

WHEN
April 05, 2019 at 12pm - 3pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
WHERE
Virtual
United States
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CONTACT
Didi Culp
8 RSVPS
Didi Culp Chuck Tyler Jean Pattison Karen Wood Barb Romberg Susan Kirkpatrick Stan Blount

Will you come?

I will listen first to understand