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June Twitter Chat: Animals, Then & Now

Here's a chance to chat about the animal movement with Farm Sanctuary's Co-founder Gene Baur.

Fresh from his Just Eats Tour, where he traveled from New York to California in a Volkswagon van, we’ll talk with Farm Sanctuary Co-founder Gene Baur about what’s changed since he first started this journey 25 years ago, how far we’ve come, and where we’re going in the animal movement. We’ll also discover his favorite dining spots across the US!

We'll be chatting with Farm Sanctuary (@FarmSanctuary) and Gene Baur (@genebaur) on June 30 at 6pm PST at the hashtag #VegNewsChat. Never participated in a Twitter Chat before? Don’t worry. We have a handy guide to explain it all. VegNews editors will be hosting the discussion, and you don’t need to have a Twitter account to follow the discussion. Here’s to the animals! 

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