Animal Rights 2011 is the U.S. animal rights movement’s annual national conference. It is also the world’s largest and longest-running animal rights gathering, hailing back to 1981.
Animal Rights 2011 is a forum for sharing knowledge, reporting on progress, discussing strategies and tactics, networking, and “recharging our batteries.”
Animal Rights 2011 rallies our movement under the banner of animal liberation from all forms of human oppression. All viewpoints that support this goal are welcome (except for advocacy of injury).
The Animal Rights National Conference reflects America’s continuing concern with terror. Indeed, it is dedicated to exposing and challenging the terror perpetrated every day against billions of innocent, sentient nonhuman animals.
The Conferences have been organized by Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) since 1981 with some breaks between 1987 and 2000, then every year since 2000. To reach a greater number of people, the conference now alternates between Washington (DC) in even years, and Los Angeles in odd years.