Washington DC Screening of Disappointment Valley… A Modern Day Western

Special Washington DC Screening of the new documentary on the plight of America’s wild horses and the rapidly deteriorating condition of our wild and beautiful public lands in the majestic, haunting American west.

Disappointment Valley… A Modern Day Western presented by filmmaker James Kleinert

Date/Time: Wednesday evening, March 24th from 6:00-8:00pm

Location: BusBoys and Poets, location 14th & V street (map here)

Ginger Kathrens, Volunteer Director of the Cloud Foundation will introduce James and this important new film – then be sure to come to the MARCH for MUSTANGS on March 25h


3 Responses to “Washington DC Screening of Disappointment Valley… A Modern Day Western”

  1. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Lest we forget:


    A lot of info is here, and the first painful reports from Cloud’s 2009 Gather by the BLM.

  2. Valerie Pittman Says:

    EVERYONE needs to watch this YouTube video and then email the link to all their contacts:

    This short video shows why we ALL must be outraged. The BLM is spending MILLIONS of our tax dollars to kill and torture our Wild Horses.

    In the worst economy since the Great Depression, President Obama and his Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar are asking for $75.7 million dollars in fiscal year 2011 primarily for more roundups …

    What a disgusting misappropriation of our tax dollars!

    PLEASE take action.

    1) Vote to stop the roundups

    Call/write/fax/email your Senators and Representatives:

    2) Contact your Senator

    3) Contact your Representatives

    4) Attend a PROTEST RALLY in D.C.
    When: Thursday, March 25th
    Time: 1:00-3:00pm, Washington, DC.
    What: “March for Mustangs”, protest rally

    More info

    Spread the word…show up..make your voice heard….

    6) Share on Facebook

    7) Share on Blogs

    8) Post on bulletin boards at the grocery store

    9) Pass out flyers

    10) Contact your local newspaper(s)

    11) contact your local TV station(s)

    12) contact your local radio station(s)

    13) Post comments on blogs everywhere – not just on horse related sites – everyone needs to know about this

    14) Do whatever it takes…


  3. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Thank you Valerie for your very useful post!

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