Denver Vegans Host Dx E (Potluck & Talk)

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You've probably read about DxE--Direct Action Everywhere--and been intrigued. This amazing animal activist group is creating excitement, commitment, and controversy wherever they appear! Come find out more, ask questions, see what you think. For the potluck, gather at 5:00, eat at 5:30. If you're coming just for the talk, plan to arrive no later than 6:30. Donations accepted to cover program expenses.

See DxE in action:

We're excited to present Brian Burns, a DxE organizer and coordinator of their international press team (more about Brian below). During the presentation, he will:
- Show how DxE's campaigns have provoked public consciousness (including coverage in The New York Times and CNN), inspired nonviolent direct action in over 95 cities and 20 countries.
- Discuss what successful social justice movements and groundbreaking sociological research say about the nature of social change.
- Discuss how DxE incorporates these results to provoke the public and build a mass movement for animals.
Afterwards, DxE Denver organizer Hana Low will introduce our nascent DxE chapter in Denver and how folks might plug in to this community.
Take a look at the DxE website for insightful articles and videos.
Potluck info: Bring a vegan dish--no meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs or honey--to serve eight, with recipe card or list of ingredients and serving utensil. Please also bring your own reusable table service. Donations accepted to cover rental fee. See you there!
Rocky Mountain Miracle Center is convenient by car from I-25, as well as accessible by RTD bus (Route #40) and light rail (Colorado Blvd. station). Next potluck: Saturday, May 30.
Brian Burns is an organizer for Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) and participated in the open rescue at a "humane" Whole Foods farm. He coordinates the international DxE network's press team, which has garnered coverage in The New York Times, CNN, and Mother Jones, and in nations as far flung as Denmark, India, and Iran. Brian has spoken at UC Berkeley, Northwestern Law, and other venues on effective grassroots activism. He studies mathematics at UC Berkeley, and plans to continue his studies at the University of Chicago in fall 2015.
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By: Direct Action Everywhere - Denver

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