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Maddie's Candid Conversation - Special Edition!
Join us for a special edition of Maddie's Candid Conversation where we will be talking with Justin Marceau, author of Beyond Cages: Animal Law and Criminal Punishment. The discussion will center around the role of fines and fees, civil penalties, conviction and punishment in achieving positive outcomes for animals - and how current enforcement models can in fact produce negative consequences for companion animals which can hinder the goal of lifesaving. Gabrielle Chapman, a social justice analyst, will facilitate the conversation, moderate your questions about how systemic racism plays a role, and share ways we can more effectively support companion animals and their families.

Continue the discussion on Maddie's Pet Forum! http://bit.ly/candidconvochapmanmarceau

About the speakers:
Gabrielle Chapman is a Social Justice Analyst at The Woodrow Consulting Firm. She formerly worked as a Senior Social Justice Analyst with The Humane Society of the United States’ Pets for Life program where she lent her expertise about how systemic racism is perpetuated within animal welfare. She helps bring forth an increased consciousness about systemic racism and other forms of oppression which can hinder growth and well-being for communities and their companion animals. Her consulting work is informed by her knowledge across racial justice, food/land justice, and animal rights/welfare, using a One Health model that strives to develop solutions and build relationships from a socio-ecological perspective.

Justin F. Marceau is a Professor of Law and the Animal Legal Defense Fund Professor at the University of Denver. He is also the Brooks Institute Faculty Research Scholar of Animal Law and Policy, and an affiliated faculty member with the Institute for Human Animal Connections at the Graduate School of Social Work. Professor Marceau also serves as the reporter for the pattern criminal jury instruction committee of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.

Jun 3, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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