Join Compassionate PDX for our latest monthly forum! Are you ready to get active for animals but don’t know where to start? Then join us for an informative talk and interactive panel discussion with veteran activists Cheyenne Danner, Brian Posewitz and Michael Prikryl, moderated by Chelsea V Davis. This evening will be sure to leave you feeling empowered and equipped to turn your passion into action!.
About our speakers:
After just one month of participating in activism, Cheyenne Danner decided to quit her job and dedicate her life to helping animals. She became a full-time animal liberation activist, traveling the world to train activist communities and take bold action for animals. Most recently, she was on the rescue team at the mass action during the Animal Liberation Conference, helping to save 32 ducklings from a factory farm. Next month, she will be embarking on an activism tour across Europe organizing for Direct Action Everywhere, The Save Movement, and as a lead journalist for Jane Unchained News
Brian Posewitz is an attorney by trade who now works as a staff attorney for a river conservation organization. In addition to serving on the board, Brian manages the day-to-day administration of Humane Voters Oregon. He has also volunteered with other organizations over the years to help advocate for animal welfare. In his spare time, Brian plays tennis and golf and enjoys the great outdoors. He lives in Portland and has a dog named Kaya.
Michael Prikryl aka Veganomike is a vegan activist, public speaker, pianist, singer, songwriter, and philosopher who was born in Czech Republic, raised in Germany and studied & lived in Southern Oregon. He has been vegan for over 3 years and active for almost the same time. Since April 2018 he has been an organizer for the Anonymous for the Voiceless chapter Olomouc, Czech Republic and recently became a contributor for the Jane Unchained News.
Chelsea V Davis is a dedicated animal activist, community organizer, social media and marketing specialist and entrepreneur. She has been a key leader in events of all shapes and sizes including National Animal Rights Day Portland, FARM’s Animal Rights National Conference, Portland VegFest, the Northwest Health and Nutrition Conference, national outreach campaigns and events, protests, and fundraisers. She believes in connecting, collaboration, and impacting through everyday life and kindness.
Location: The Eliot Center, 1226 Southwest Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon 97205
Date & Time: Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM