Come to the seminar that has been called “a prerequisite for animal lovers, rescue groups and organizations that are serious about changing their communities to No Kill.”
Building a No Kill Community World Tour
In the last several years, Nathan has traveled all over the U.S., New Zealand, Australia, and Canada speaking to thousands of people from all walks of life and hopefully inspiring them to join the fight for No Kill. 2012 and 2013 appearances included Toronto, New York City, Phoenix, Tampa Bay, Dallas, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Topeka, Washington D.C., Buffalo, Cincinnati, Lansing, Bloomington, Maui, and the national No Kill Conference in Washington, D.C. In some communities, as many as 500 people packed the room (the No Kill Conference in 2012 brought over 800). In others, it was more modest. But in the end, over 10,000 participated in a Building a No Kill Community seminar and over 100,000 copies of Redemption have been put into the hands of animal lovers.
The No Kill is Love 2014 tour which featured a seminar by Nathan Winograd and a screening of Redemption, his film about the No Kill revolution in America, reached over 5,000 people in cities across the country, including the San Pedro International Film Festival where it won the audience award for best film and the Torchlight Film Program at Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts. The tour included screenings in Minneapolis, the San Francisco Bay Area, Ft. Lauderdale, Nashville, Cleveland, Sacramento, Denver, New York City, Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Norfolk, Austin, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Atlanta, Charlotte, Northwest Arkansas, Albuquerque, Detroit, Chicago, Modesto, Ithaca, Buffalo, Houston, Los Angeles, and Tallahassee. For more information, click here.
Radio & Television
Nathan’s work has been featured widely in such publications as Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, USA Today, and newspapers from all over the country. He has appeared on Fox News, CNN, ABC, and other radio and television affiliates around the country. His creation of the country’s first No Kill community was named one of the Top 100 achievements in the nation by Metropolitan Home in its “Best of the Best” issue. And The Bark magazine calls him “the voice of America’s displaced pets and the conscience of the animal sheltering industry.”
Nathan is featured in a documentary film about the No Kill revolution in America. Learn more by clicking here.