September 22 open-to-public rally at Capitol links slaughter of U.S. horses to food safety risks and wild horse removals to public "land grab" attempt
STUART, Fla., Sept. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- SAFE Food SAFE Horses Coalition (www.safefoodsafehorses.org) invites the public to the "March on DC" on September 22, 2016 to urge our lawmakers to protect our wild horses and public lands from needless destruction, and Americans from the grave health risk resulting from their unknowing consumption of toxic meat from slaughtered U.S. horses entering the U.S. and global food supply.
Highlights of the March are expert presentations by Congressman Patrick Meehan, Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation, Cameron Harsh of the Center for Food Safety, John Holland , R.T. Fitch, Freddie Hudson and others. The rally begins at the USDA Whitten building on Jefferson Avenue with speakers, followed by a short "March" to the Capitol Plaza for more presentations and speeches.
On the following day (September 23), a free double-feature will be held at the Capitol Visitors' Center, showing the award-winning documentary "From the Kill Pen", followed by the true Cinderella story of "Harry and Snowman".
The goals of the March are to:
Please join "We the People" in protecting our food, families, public lands, horses, and American heritage. Media contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAFE Food Safe Horses Coalition is a non-profit entity representing over 20 organizations and 1.75 million people. Its missions are to protect the food supply by banning the slaughter of American horses and protect our wild horses and public lands.
SOURCE SAFE Food SAFE Horses Coalition