Join us for an exciting evening with Gene Baur, President of Farm Sanctuary; he will be interviewed by Courtland Milloy of the Washington Post, a nine month convert to a plant-based lifestyle, while enjoying special GreenFare organic whole plant food dinner: $30 dinner with $5 going to Farm Sanctuary.
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Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time magazine. For more than 25 years he has traveled extensively around the country, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our current food system and is the President of Farm Sanctuary.
Courtland Milloy began writing for newspapers as a high school student in 1967. He learned the craft from his father, who taught journalism and graphic arts, and his mother, who taught typing and shorthand, both at Booker T. Washington High School in Shreveport, LA. Milloy came to The Washington Post from the Miami Herald in 1975. He has covered crime and politics in the District during the Marion Barry administration and the transition of Prince George’s County, MD, from a mostly rural white D.C. suburb to the wealthiest predominantly black county in the country. He has also written for The Post’s Style and Foreign sections and for The Washington Post Magazine. In 1983, he began writing a column, which runs on most Wednesdays. He joined the GreenFare 21 Day Kickstart in January 2019 and has seen dramatic health improvements.