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Jeffrey Smith is a leading consumer advocate promoting safe food and exposing the dangers of GMOs. He is founder of the 250,000 member Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT) and author of the international bestseller, Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating. His recently released, award-winning film, Genetic Roulette, has been seen by millions of people and helped to empower concerned citizens worldwide. Jeffrey has counseled leaders from every continent, lectured in 30 countries, and been a popular guest on programs like BBC, NPR, Fox News, and the Dr. Oz Show.
IRT’s Grassroots Action Network Director, Stacey Hall, was the Label GMOs Co-Director and Grassroots Campaign Manager for Southern California. She was also the Regional Signature Gathering Coordinator and Field Coordinator for the Campaign and continues to be the Label GMOs Co-Director and Label SoCal Grassroots Manager. (Photo pending.)
Ariane Glazer is the IRT Events Coordinator. She has organized over 100 events with Jeffrey and communities worldwide in the last year and a half. She is the Chicago Raw Community Founder and has organized monthly events every month for the last 10 years. She has been a non-GMO activist for 10 years and is cofounder of GMO Free Arizona.
This dynamic collective will share with you the ins-and-outs of grassroots activism and how to organize and create effective events in your area. They will answer your questions and tell you how to get connected to other like-minded non-GMO advocates so you can take your passion and knowledge and put it to inspired action that really can and will change the world!
How To Participate
You can participate via teleconference or webcast. After the call, you will be sent an MP3 file of the call recording, and also given a link for online listening any time you like. Teleconference: Participate live by calling in at the time of the call, to: 206-402-0100 (or for a list of other local numbers in assorted countries around the world, click here), and entering access code: 171496# Webcast: Or click here for the webcast, which will be available live and then on replay for the rest of 2013. This is also the page where you’ll be able to download the MP3 of the call after it is complete. (Note: You may need to download the latest version of Flash Player). Do you have specific questions? Submit your questions/comments below, by November 7 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time, for inclusion in call preparation. To help you and all the other participants get the most out of this call, we’re gathering your questions in advance – on this page (see below!). We’ll do our best to respond to as many of the most popular questions that we can, and also to offer the best insights we can give to help you put your concern into action.
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