3/13/10

March for Mustangs!


March for Mustangs

Rally for wild horses and burros in
Washington DC ~ March 25th 

Take Action for Wild Horses and Burros! Over 25 protests have taken place from coast to coast and now the hoofbeats are headed to Washington DC. Please join us on Thursday, March 25th in Washington DC: March for Mustangs. Take action today to save these incredible animals who are currently being managed to extinction on our public lands.
Cloud's Flag by Vivian Grant
Time: 1:00-3:00pm, Press conference and speakers at 1:30pm (Hope Ryden, author "America's Last Wild Horses," Filmmaker Ginger Kathrens, Author RT Fitch, Friends of Animals Director Priscilla Feral, In Defense of Animals President Dr. Elliot Katz, Filmmaker James Kleinert, mustang owner Jo De George and many more- including special guests to be announced!)
Where: Lafayette Park located directly across from White House at 16 Street and H Street, NW. Around 3:00pm protesters will march with homemade signs and large banners to the BLM office at 1849 'C' Street.
Friday: Mustangs on the Hill II - On Friday morning we’ll brief people on meeting with their Senators and Congressional Representatives to save the mustangs and burros. Please schedule an appointment with your US Senators and Representative for Thursday morning or Friday. More details will be posted on our events calendar soon.

Driving? Check out the Ride Share to connect with other advocates in your area to get to DC - Click here


Plus Disappointment Valley... A Modern Day Western  Special DC Screening of the new documentary on our wild horses and burros in the West by James Kleinert on Wednesday evening, March 24th from 6:00-8:00pm at Busboys and Poets. Ginger Kathrens will join James for a Q&A afterwards- please ask media to attend. Details here


DC Rally co-sponsored by The Cloud Foundation, the Equine Welfare Alliance, Friends of Animals, In Defense of Animals, Int'l Fund for Horses & many more with thanks to co-organizer Jo De George.
March for Mustangs images: Vivian Grant, Int'l Fund for Horses


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2 comments:

  1. I can't be there but my heart will be with them. Hope they start to get the message soon.

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  2. No, I can't be there either, but I certainly wish them well. Hope they have good weather!

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