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Category Archive: D.C.

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  1. The Horse Slaughter Prevention Act may be heard by the House on Thursday, so your help is needed immediately. Willie Nelson talks about why this bill is so important.

    If you haven’t already, e-mail your representatives and ask them to ban the killing of horses and the transport of horse flesh and live horses for the purpose of human consumption.

    On Tuesday, join the rally in DC, then lobby the House to pass H.R. 503. And on Wednesday, take part in National Call-In Day for Horses by asking your legislator to protect America’s equines.

  2. Skinny Bitch:

    Skinny Bitch: “You are a total moron if you think the Atkins Diet will make you thin.”

    I got to the Taking Action For Animals conference shortly after 3:00pm. Perhaps the most exciting thing about conferences is seeing old friends and colleagues, and surely, meeting new ones as well. It took me over an hour to do the first of many rounds of meet and greets, so sadly I missed the keynote presentation of Farm Sanctuary’s Gene Bauston.

    Then, my stomach demanded my attention and I made a run with the awesome Pulin Modi to Ella’s Pizza, which was conveniently just a few blocks away from the conference site. (This in turn caused me to miss the ballot campaign presentations from the Committee to Restore the Dove Shooting Ban and Arizonans for Humane Farms.) The pizza was ok, but it was a bit pricey – $28 for a plain large pie featuring the vegan meltable Follow Your Heart soy cheese!! And you thought NYC was pricey!!! I miss my Two Boots!!

    Thankfully, I made it to the sweet and inspiring talk by Rory Freedman, author of the Los Angeles Times best seller, Skinny Bitch – “a no non-sense, tough-love guide for savvy girls who want to stop eating crap and start looking fabulous” (or, in other words, go vegan). Continue Reading…

  3. Say allo à moi at Taking Action for Animals!

    Say allo à moi at Taking Action for Animals!

    Taking a cue from my fellow SuperVegan blogger – the wonderful Olivia Lane, I’ll be setting up shop with my laptop at the Viva! table at the Taking Action For Animals conference this weekend in Washington, DC! And like Olivia, I’ll try and see if I’ll be able to blog right on site from the conference. So, definitely do stop by and say hello to moi!

    Haven’t registered for the conference yet? (Well, neither have I actually, but I’m getting on it!) Go straight to their website! Oh, and don’t forget to attend the COK Benefit Dinner Party!

  4. Yes. They'll be there.

    Yes. They‘ll be there.

    The folks at Satya magazine, Java Green restaurant, and Sticky Fingers Bakery are teaming up to throw a superfun benefit for Compassion Over Killing (COK) on Tuesday. The well-purposed dinner party takes place in D.C. and neatly bookends the Taking Action for Animals Conference. Stuff your face, flirt your ass off, save the animals—it’s a great deal!

    Tuesday, September 5, 5:30-8:30pm, Java Green, 1020 19 Street N.W., Washington D.C., 202-775-8899, RSVP: feedback@satyamag.com, $20 recommended donation.

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