Why Access to Pet Resources is a Social Justice Issue with Amanda Arrington

May 6

5:00pm - 6:00pm


Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Faculty,  Families,  Neighbor or Friend,  Prospective Student,  Staff

Amanda Arrington, Senior Director of the groundbreaking Pets for Life (PFL) program at the Humane Society of the United States, discusses how pet ownership crosses all geographic, racial, ethnic and socio-economic boundaries, but access to information and services does not. Institutional bias and systemic inequity can have a negative impact on pets and there is a great need to understand and deepen the connection between animal welfare and social, racial, and economic justice.

Cost: $20 general / $15 GSSW/IHAC affiliate with code IHACFriend (alumni, adjunct, and field instructors) / free to DU current students, faculty and staff with code TeamIHAC 

Bundle Discount: Receive 20% off when you purchase all three lectures in this segment with the code Humane3 / GSSW/IHAC affiliates receive 30% off a purchase of all three lectures with the code Humane3Friend

Learn more and register here: https://socialwork.du.edu/humananimalconnection/dimensions-humane-communities-event-series