Denver and Chicago still in the planning stages. San Francisco details are as follows:
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 the Calico roundup & placing a moratorium on all roundups
When: Wednesday, December 30th from 11am – 1pm
Where: One Post Street, Suite 2450, San Francisco, CA 94104
“I’m on a journey now to find Cloud, the horse that has started a movement to save his kind. There are a lot of people who love him and love what he stands for: family and freedom. I want to thank all those who are as brave and strong as he is. When I started talking about wild horses 15 years ago, people did not look at them as a wildlife species. That is changing—now people are campaigning for the freedom of wild horses and burros so that they don’t have to be beholden to any human being for anything. They are on their own and doing well when we stay away. A movement has been created and it is only growing while the BLM continues to ignore the value of this species to the American public. There is a tremendous disconnect between the BLM and the American public. Until the BLM attempts to understand the value of these animals, they will continue to be at odds with the very people who pay their salaries. Yes President Obama, it is time for change. People really are getting it and Cloud has been the horse that has led them down that trail and has shown the world how fantastic it is to live free.
When the BLM attacked Cloud’s herd this summer, it got the attention of a worldwide public and that is motivating people to effect change. This is a very democratic process and it is exciting. People are planning protests around the nation for our wild herds and this is an example of a functioning democracy.