So I abide by the liberation pledge in its original form, "not sitting on tables where animal bodies are being eaten". We can discuss if that's right or wrong in another post.
My workplace is hosting an international food fair and I signed up to represent Brazil so that I could bring all these veganized Brazilian foods that I love (and non-vegans do too). As it turns out, however, another person (non-vegan) also signed up to Brazil and we're both responsible for the booth now.
I'm trying to convince her to let all food be vegan as I originally planned, but I think she might end up trying to get me to agree on having everything be vegetarian, not vegan, as a compromise. So here's the dilemma: if it comes to that, do I:
(1) Accept the compromise and have, let's say, 3 of 4 dishes be vegan and one contain cow's milk.
(2) Drop out of the fair and let her do her own thing, which would probably involve 4 non-vegan dishes, some of which would also include flesh?
The number of people visiting the booth is ~200 (1,000+ are coming to the event) and I planned on having PETA vegan starter guides there.