Newsletter – April 10, 2017

Africa, Please help save the Korean dogs!!

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Africa, Please help save the Korean dogs!!
Please put yourself in their shoes today.
They are waiting for YOU to be their voice. Please help them.

PyeongChang, host to the 2018 Winter Olympics – the world will be watching South Korea, which is why this is the perfect time for you take action to support our campaign to end the horrific dog and cat meat trade in South Korea for good! This time it’s African and Canada Olympic Committees.

Click each of the countries below to take action.

National Olympic Committees: Take a stand in Pyeongchang 2018 against the dog and cat meat trade!
Tweet Time!!

We have 2 new tweet sheets, big thank you to our dedicated international team of twitter volunteers.  One is to promote the important new documentary “The Dog Meat Professional: South Korea” by the Korea Observer and another one is to campaign against “Yulin Dog Meat Festival”. Please click below links to quickly and easily tweet NOW. 

Join Nami for a Vigil in Los Angeles!

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Bring your doggies to the Pan Pacific Park / Save Korean Dogs Vigil, a Nami Kim sponsored event. The park is very popular with lots of people, dogs and kids, joggers and picnickers, birthday parties, people reading books in the sunshine…

Note – This is a family park so there will be no shaming, no bullhorn, and nothing too graphic. This is a day to raise awareness, share informaiton, and show our support and dedication to ending the dog meat trade and making a better life for all rescue dogs.

We’ll create opportunities to have conversations with people and provide them with the resources to get involved. We’ll have petitions, a poll, info sheets, and photo ops with pets and posters.

We will also feature posters of South Korea’s presidential nominee Moon Jae-In, and Chairman Pyo Chang-Won for Minister of Agriculture. Moon is favored to win the May 9th presidential election, and together they are an important part of the process of abolishing the dog meat trade in South Korea.

We’ll gather at the picnic tables in front of the amphitheater. There are two free parking lots. One off Beverly Blvd next to the Post Office. The second is off Gardner Street at the entrance to the Senior Center and the Library. There is also 2 hour free street parking on Gardner. And meter parking on Beverly Blvd and 3rd St. Parking is also available in the pay parking structure at The Grove.

Thank you all for your compassion,

Susan Campbell
Nami Kim
Christina Snyder


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