In honor of his hard work and dedication over his long career, the University of Kansas Environmental Law Society is proud to host a lecture by Professor Don Stull.
Dr. Stull is an applied anthropologist at KU and the author of Slaughterhouse Blues. He has worked for over 40 years on the critical agricultural issues surrounding the livestock and meat packing industry. As researcher, analyst, and educator, Professor Stull has focused on the biggest challenge facing family farmers and ranchers: the corporate monopolization of the meat packing industry and its impact on family farmers, wage labor, and communities.
The KU Environmental Law Society is joined by the Kansas Rural Center and the Kansas Farmers Union, in hosting a lecture by Professor Stull at the KU Ecumenical Ministry Building Thursday, April 16th at 7:30 P.M.
Please join us as we honor Dr. Stull.