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Sun, July 27th: Party for CA’s Proposition 2 – The Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act

Animal advocates across the nation will be partying this Sunday, July 27th in support of California’s Proposition 2 – The Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act which will reduce the suffering of 20 million abused animals trapped in cages inside California’s factory farms.

The parties will help raise much needed funds to help get out the YES Vote for Farm Animals on California’s Proposition 2 to counter deep-pocket factory farmers who have already raised millions of dollars and almost half a million dollars this month alone to continue the cruel and inhumane factory farming practices such as veal crates, gestation crates, and battery cages.

Find a party near you or visit the following NYC ones hosted by dedicated local activists Christine Mott in Manhattan’s Financial District and Ruth Santana in Astoria, Queens.

Nora Kramer who worked full-time (and over-time!) on the ground in California’s Bay Area will be joining the Manhattan party to give a first hand account of what’s going on in California. She was the Bay Area regional coordinator for Californians for Humane Farms campaign. Come hear Nora’s inspiring account and how New Yorkers can help animals and our friends and colleagues in California!

Here are more ways you can help. And yes, you can still make a donation if you can’t make it to a party.

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