July 7th - 10th Los Angeles, CA
 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel

Final Registration Deadline Extended!

13319806 10156922426875632 1634460625225358516 nDiscounted pre-registration has been extended until this Friday, June 24 at midnight (PST)! Registration will then be available on site at an increased rate. Join now!

Still need a hotel room?

CrownePlazaStill need a hotel room? If you've tried booking through the Sheraton and they're full, you can book at the Crowne Plaza directly next door!

We negotiated a similar rate of $149/night at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. To reserve your room, click here or call 310-642-7500 and request the Animal Rights National Conference room block. Rooms are available Thursday through Sunday nights. Unfortunately the Crowne Plaza only allows service dogs.

Last Chance to Register at the Advance Rate!

AR16 Adv Reg ends Email Cat The discounted Advance Registration Rate of just $150 ends tonight at midnight (PST)!

The Animal Rights 2016 National Conference will take place July 7-10 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.

Check out the program schedule, then join us today for the base rate of just $150 or get the full bundle with meals for just $335. Register now to save $50 before the next rate increase.

Looking to save? Earn back the cost of registration by joining our work scholar program!

Have you booked your hotel room?

SheratonNightOur room block at the Sheraton is nearly sold out! If you haven't yet booked your room, do it now!

If the Sheraton is sold out of their $140/night rooms, don't worry! We're in the process of negotiating with a neighboring hotel. Please e-mail us to let us know you will need a room and we'll send you the information.

You can also check out the message boards for room shares, carpooling, and general discussions to connect with fellow attendees ahead of time.

The Program Schedule is Posted!

AR16 Program Schedule for email RoosterIt's here! The official schedule for the Animal Rights 2016 National Conference is now published!

Check out the exciting jam-packed program with 70 sessions including a dozen special interest clusters on power of videos and new technology, power of online advocacy, power of language and public speaking, nature and prospects of social change, engaging children and youth, elements of vegan advocacy, elements of activism and leadership, and "rap" sessions on controversial issues.

And, a distinguished line-up of speakers with Ingrid Newkirk, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Melanie Joy, Nathan Runkle, Gene Baur, David Carter, Colleen Holland, Simone Reyes, Erica Meier, Karen Davis, our own Alex Hershaft, and 130 more.

Have we mentioned the daily networking receptions, the Saturday evening Awards Banquet, and the Sunday night Celebration of Animal Rights?

Registrations and room reservations are going fast. Don't miss out!