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Call for Action: Will the Canadian and Australian cities speak out for the Korean dogs?
We completed the Sister city campaign addressed to the U.S. cities and now working on other English- speaking countries. Canada, Australia and UK are those countries and they have quite a few Sister/Friendship city relationships with Korea. Below are the new campaigns addressed to these countries. Will they speak out against the cruelty of the South Korean dog meat trade? Take action now.
[Update] The Venerable Matthieu Ricard has responded to our campaign.
The Venerable Matthieu Ricard has responded to our campaign by writing and publishing this article: A Dog for Dinner? on his homepage as well as in the Huffington Post. It’s written in his native language, French, as well as in English.
Click HERE for English. A Dog for Dinner? Click HERE for Français (French). Du chien pour le dîner?
We appreciate that The Venerable Ricard spoke out against the dog meat cruelty while also emphasizing the need for compassion toward all animals. Thank you!!
We will be displaying our banners and posters, and will be handing out leaflets and collecting petition signatures against the extremely cruel South Korean dog meat trade at the Fisherman’s Wharf, the famous San Francisco tourist attraction and landmark. We will need the help of volunteers to hand out our leaflets and to talk to as many of the visitors as possible, to make them aware of our campaign to help the South Korean dogs and cats. Can you help? Click HERE to see the photos from our previous event on July 1, 2017! Free T-shirts and cold drinks are provided to volunteers at this event.
Location: San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf located near the corner of Jefferson and Powell streets along the chain link fence.
Date/Time: August 26, 2017 Saturday. 9:30am – 4:45pm.
Attention New York Area Activists! Please Join The Animals’ Battalion for the Final 2017 ‘Boknal’ Demonstration in New York
These photos are of the ‘Boknal’ demonstrations, organized by The Animals’ Battalion, at the Korean Consulate Generals Office in New York. The first photo is from the day 2 of this year’s demonstration while the second photo shows day 2 of the demonstration last year. Can you tell the difference in the attendance? It’s noticeably smaller this year, which is very sad as the demonstration should be bigger this year, not smaller.
New York area activists, please stand up and speak out on behalf of the Korean animals in the dog and cat meat trade! If you don’t speak out, who will??