The Transformative Power Of Veganism: A Special Event With Ruby Roth

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NARN ( Northwest Animal Rights Network ) says
In this one-of-a kind lecture, acclaimed author Ruby Roth explores the transformative power of veganism on society and the individual (children included!). Through an examination of pop culture, the controversial media response to her children's books, and the obstacles one faces by being vegan and raising vegan kids, Roth reveals the invisible forces that shape public thinking about health, children, and animals, strengthening her audience's resolve to fight the good fight, overcome social and familial pressures, and engage children in healthy eating and animal rights. Whether you're a vegan veteran or a veg-curious newbie, whether you're raising kids or work with children other than your own, whether you're planning a family or involved in animal advocacy, Roth will inspire you to rethink the status quo as well as our cultural approach to raising and interacting with children of all ages.

The 90-minute presentation and Q&A portion of the event is designed for adults (babies in arms welcome). Free onsite childcare will be provided on a very limited basis - please see ticket page for full information. The presentation and Q&A will be followed by a book signing and a reading for children of V Is for Vegan. Each attendee will need to reserve a ticket. Tickets for adults are $15 and children are free.

Featured on CNN, FOX, Today, and other major media outlets, Ruby Roth is the world's leading author and illustrator of vegan and vegetarian books for children. Roth has received international attention for her sensitive, yet frank advocacy of a vegan diet and lifestyle. Complementing her degrees in art and American Studies, she has researched animal agriculture, health, nutrition, and the benefits of a plant-based diet for over a decade. Learn more about Ruby Roth at http://wedonteatanimals.com/home and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/wedonteatanimals.
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By: NARN ( Northwest Animal Rights Network )

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