|Enewsletter • November 2, 2011|
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day at Oregon State! I was chatting
with a vegan and I asked what made him go vegan.
He said his friend got a booklet at OSU, read
the booklet and then went online. Then the friend
came to him and said, “Let’s go vegan together.”
to have Katie join me again! We
had a fun day today at Skyline College and College
of San Mateo. Good interactions, too. At Skyline
I met a young man who received a brochure in
high school from us and started exploring the
issue, slowly changing his diet. He then received
one last semester and has been off and on veg.
He got a Guide
today and is going to try and go full veg!
of people wanted the info at the
University of Connecticut, West Hartford. Met
many vegetarians and vegans! Ran out of Guides.
One student read the booklet and came back to
tell me she was going to work on going
vegetarian. Met two women who read the booklet
and came back to ask how they can get involved
in leafleting. Gave them an AML
and directed them to VO. Also exchanged emails
for support. Met a woman who has four children
ages 3 months to 11 years old. She read the
booklet, then came over to ask for help in turning
her whole family vegan.
Alan, Mara, Phil and I set a new
record at Central Michigan University –
over 3,000 students reached. Wonderful, fruitful
day; e.g., met one girl late for class who said
she’s been veg since getting a VO leaflet
at Occupy Philly said she didn’t
need a booklet, because she had gotten one before
(as a high school freshman), which caused her
to go veg.
booklet has CHANGED MY LIFE. Out
of the blue, a sweetheart passed me Compassionate
Choices… which I nearly declined, but
changed my mind. I am so thankful I did… I had NO IDEA how appalling the situation still
is… I am a converted vegan… funny how
things turn out.
the first hour at El Camino College,
Kim had converted a young man on the spot
– and he jumped in to leaflet, too! I heard from a woman who’s
been veg one year because of getting a booklet here. Then
I bumped into Robert, whose picture I sent in
last semester – he’s still vegan
and lovin’ it!
we can keep moving forward!