Prevent Cruelty CA with Stephen Wells
One of the goals of the East Bay Animal PAC Is to provide free informational events to connect issues, citizens, advocates, and everyone who cares about animals. For our March event, we’re thrilled to welcome Stephen Wells, Executive Director of Animal Legal Defense Fund, to talk about the Prevent Cruelty California ballot initiative.
Prevent Cruelty California is a coalition of organizations working to place a critical measure on the November 2018 ballot to upgrade California’s laws relating to the extreme confinement of farm animals. Stephen will talk about how this measure will make California’s farm animal protection laws the strongest in the world and let you know how you can get involved in making it happen.
If you’re as interested in learning from and engaging with Stephen as we are, now is your chance: secure your spot and mark your calendar!
East Bay Animal PAC & Friends Support #TeamOMalley2018
December 8, 2018
Please join Berkeley Patients Group, East Bay Animal PAC, Harborside, Hon. Mary Hayashi, Hon. Linda Maio, Milo Group of California, and Rena Rickles for a re-election party supporting Nancy O’Malley for District Attorney 2018!
Friday, December 8, 2017
1740 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94612
Join our host committee today:
County Champion- $5,000
Alameda Advocate- $2,500
Checks made payable to:
Nancy O’Malley for District Attorney 2018 ID #1322240
2201 Broadway, PH-1 Oakland, CA 94612
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin Speaks Up For Animals
October 5, 2017
Join East Bay Animal PAC to hear Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin discuss some of the groundbreaking legislation that his city is implementing to benefit animals.
Monday, October 2,
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Rotunda Building, Frank Ogawa Plaza,
300 Frank H Ogawa Plz,
Oakland, California 94612
Meet Our Attorney for the Animals
July 3, 2017
You’re invited to this special event that we’re so honored to have as our guest speaker Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley.
District Attorney O’Malley has built a career speaking for the invisible and the exploited, and at our inaugural meeting she will be discussing the role of the District Attorney’s office in protecting Alameda County animal residents, including:
- the task force between animal shelter providers and law enforcement to create protocols for more appropriately responding to animal abuse
- the decades-long research that confirms the links between animal abuse and domestic violence
- the training being done around the county to bring awareness to this cycle of violence
- the roles animals play in helping to heal victims of sexual abuse
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