June 15th New York City Book Reading Event with Lee Hall: On Their Own Terms: Bringing Animal-Rights Philosophy Down to Earth
Animals on Their Own Terms: A Challenge to Human Supremacy
You are invited to a book reading and an engaging evening of discussion led by Lee Hall, author of the newly released book On Their Own Terms: Bringing Animal Rights Philosophy Down to Earth, on Tuesday, June 15th, 7pm at Bluestockings Bookstore, a radical bookstore, fair trade café, and activist center in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Complimentary vegan desserts will be provided by Gone Pie Bakery, and fair-trade coffee, tea and other treats are available for sale in the café.
On Their Own Terms is a radical guide and workbook, expanding upon the most promising ideas in eco-feminism, rights theory, and practical animal advocacy to offer a sound proposal for change. Lee will be available to sign books after the reading.
Lee Hall is the legal VP for Friends of Animals, whose work addresses genetic engineering, migration, and the culture of the cage. Hall, who has taught immigration and refugee law, brings animal rights into a focus through a new lens.
By train: F train to 2nd Ave, exit at the 1st Ave, and walk one block south.
By car: If you take the Houston exit off of the FDR, then turn left onto Essex (aka Avenue A), then right on Rivington, and finally right on Allen, you will be very, very close.
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