WOLF WEEK COMES TO LOS ANGELES
“Join Us in the Fight for Their Lives”
At Sedona Wolf Week
The two-day Wolf Week Los Angeles event is part of the week-long Sedona Wolf Week event beginning in
Sedona, Arizona on November 10, 2021.
The Los Angeles leg of the week’s events begins November 13 at
Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Renberg Theatre in Hollywood:
1125 N. McCadden Pl., Los Angeles, CA 90028,
reserved parking for the event in parking garage across the road as well as metered street parking.
Sedona Wolf Week, now in its sixth year, is the largest annual wolf educational conference in the world.
This year the event is branching out from Sedona, Arizona to the Los Angeles area to raise public awareness.
Since wolves lost protection under the Federal Endangered Species Act in January of 2021, some states that have wolves are passing multiple wolf-killing bills while others are making killing wolves mandatory. Wolves are being decimated across the country as a result. At the same time, indigenous tribes are filing lawsuits due
to the government’s breaking of treaties in order to kill even more wolves.
In Person Event with Rick McIntyre, Rain and more in Hollywood, CA
November 13, 2021
9:30 – 8:45 pm Pacific time / Renberg Theatre, Hollywood, CA
This pass includes ALL virtual online viewing of all Wolf Week events on November 10, 11, and 13 in addition to entry to the Renberg Theatre to enjoy the speakers in person on November 13.
Join us at the Renberg Theatre in Hollywood, CA for in-person programming and speakers, including Amaroq Weiss, Senior West Coast Wolf Advocate Center for Biological Diversity, Ken Laudon, Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist, California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Rain, and Rick McIntyre.
Rick will be onsite storytelling and talking about his latest book, The Redemption of Wolf 302: From Renegade to Yellowstone Alpha Male, where guests can purchase an autographed copy separately (not included in this ticket).
Rain will also be onsite discussing How Wolves Are Foundational to Indigenous Cultures, and we will be showing his three films, Family, Say Her Name, and Somebody’s Daughter, with live Q&A with Rain after the films.
Before the films, there will be a red carpet media event with celebrities, special guests, and more.
Please note the following:
- This day is included in the All Access Virtual Conference Pass.
- The Renberg Theatre requires masks and proof of vaccination.
- Only water is allowed inside the theatre.
- The theatre is close to restaurants and other places for attendees to purchase food and beverages.