San Francisco Protest planned, others in the works

San Francisco Protest: A peaceful group of protesters will gather in front of Senator Feinstein’s office building to protest the Calico Roundup and ask for Senator Feinstein’s help in stopping this roundup.

When: Wednesday, December 30th (planned time is 11am – 1pm).

Where: One Post Street, Suite 2450, San Francisco, CA 94104

Others can protest and gather peacefully if so inclined.

Just ideas but here is a sort of short list:

send out an alerts to get people there (we can post notices online)

get the permit for the event if needed- once the details are finalized

Send a press release out to local media (who, what, where, when, why, quotes and contact information)

Make signs for the protest. Slogan suggestions below.

Prez. Obama: Save America’s Wild Horses – Stop the Calico Roundup.

Save Wild Horses – Stop the Calico Roundup

Keep America’s Wild Horses Wild

Obama Wild Horse Plan: Path to Extinction

Save Wild Horses for Future Generations

‘We the People’ Want Wild Horses

Boycott Beef: Save Wild Horses

Save the mustangs, Stop BLM

protect freedom- save the mustangs

Public lands: Horses yes, cows no!

Managing to Extinction

MUSTANGS: America’s National Treasure



Don’t Take Our Mustangs Away

Without horses west is no longer wild

Photos from today’s Las Vegas protest coming soon. We just need people to stand up for the horses across the nation. Nothing fancy, just must stay peaceful and raise awareness. Send The Cloud Foundation photos of your protest– even if it is just two kids and a dog saying “save our mustangs”. Don’t be intimidated, have fun and call in your local media to cover.


5 Responses to “San Francisco Protest planned, others in the works”

  1. Marilyn Wargo Says:

    Thank you, I think that these can occur all winter if need be and however long the BLM has our horses as hostages and threatens the wild ones. If having a picket/protest is not good now, do it when you are able. Have some info to give to people and be ready to answer questions, too. Mar

  2. Bin Says:

    1. We need to organize massive demonstration fast in DC and west before all our wild horses are in pens or slaughter houses.

    2. All horses activists should boycutt beef.

    Changes never started from the top.

  3. Kathleen Wheat Says:

    Where do we go to download literature or to order it or whatever, to have ready to give to people at a protest?

  4. Danielle Davis Says:

    I have 18 pictures of todays protest, which I attended. Unfortunately I dont know where to upload them to you.

  5. Susan - NY Says:

    Thanks to all those participating. Peaceful protests have a long history in the United States, and they can have a big impact. 50,000 marched from Selma to Montgomery Alabama in 1965, to secure voting rights for all people. It took 3 tries, 3 marches to finally reach the destination, starting with 600 people of courage, and rising to 50,000.

    So often we think it is the fancy stuff that wins these battles; it is people like you and me, committed and connected, regular folks taking a stand for what is right.

    Go in peace, and godspeed to all, especially the wild ones facing the helicoptors tomorrow.

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