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Fw: Action Highlights: Join FARM & Others for Vegan Earth Day, Check Out Letters from FARM, and more

From: Tony
Sent on: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 6:14 PM

On Tuesday, April 15,[masked]:48 PM, Farm Animal Rights Movement <[address removed]> wrote:
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Join FARM & Others for Vegan Earth Day!
Yes, there's still time to join FARM and hundreds of local activists for Vegan Earth Day! It's a superb opportunity to spread the vegan message at a local Earth Day event on or around April 22nd. Check out our national listing and sign up!
Participating is easy! All you need to do is take an hour or two to distribute our brand new environmental tri-folds, featuring an info-graphic covering the full, devastating environmental impacts of animal products -- they're perfect to reach a prime audience. If you don't find an Earth Day event in your area, you can still distribute our brochures at a suitable public gathering in your community.
Visit our registration page to find events & request brochures today!

COK's U.S. VegWeek Is April 21 - 27
As an extension of Vegan Earth Day, we invite you to help our friends at Compassion Over Killing in collecting vegan pledges from your friends and family. You can also encourage local restaurants to offer discounts on vegan options or a new vegan menu item during VegWeek.
Find out more about how you can get involved at

Letters from FARM Promote Veganism
FARM's letters-to-the-editor program has been going strong since 1996, linking benefits of the vegan lifestyle to current news developments or national holidays. The editorial page is second only to the front page as the most read newspaper page.
Each of our 16 letters per year is published in 50-60 local papers, likely engaging millions of small-town readers, not generally reached by other messages from our movement. This year's letters have addressed: eating meat is as bad as smoking, USDA's inspection program, vegetarians live longer, Meatout, and the pro-animal blockbuster "Noah."
Find out more at our Letters from FARM page.

FARM Scores at DC Cherry Blossom Fest
FARM staff and volunteers took part in DC's famed Cherry Blossom Festival last weekend to publicize the benefits of a vegan diet. We distributed 1,000 samples of cruelty-free cherry-flavored vegan cheese bites, along with our Live Vegan brochures.
Check out more photos on
FARM's Facebook page.

Shop for FARM at The Vegetarian Site
Want to get some amazing vegan goodies and help FARM save animals? The Vegetarian Site is donating 10% of sales (not just profits!) to FARM throughout the entire month of April.
In addition to carrying candy like vegan chocolate Easter Bunnies (available in "milk" or dark chocolate), The Vegetarian Site offers footwear, videos, personal health care, groceries, accessories, books, and more.
Shop at The Vegetarian Site today and 10% will go to FARM!

Meet Our New DC Office Manager
Matt Hersh has joined FARM as Office Manager in our Washington, DC, headquarters and is in the process of re-organizing our office. Matt is a long-term animal rights advocate and enjoys yoga & gardening. He has a degree in international business and Spanish and is studying to be a licensed massage therapist. Prior to joining FARM, he worked more than 3 years as a Director and Treasurer of the Takoma Park-Silver Spring Food Cooperative in MD.
AR2014 Speaker Highlight
Nathan Runkle is founder and executive director of Mercy For Animals, a Gold Sponsor of the Animal Rights 2014 National Conference. Since founding MFA over a decade ago, Nathan has overseen the organization's growth into a leading national force in the prevention of cruelty to farmed animals and promotion of compassionate food choices. He has had a prominent role in our national conferences. Register for AR2014 to hear Nathan and other prominent movement leaders!
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About FARM
Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) is a national nonprofit organization working to end the use of animals for food through grass roots activism and public education. We believe in the inherent self-worth of animals, as well as environmental protection and public health.

Co-Sponsors: 10101 Ashburton Ln, Bethesda, MD 20817 [address removed]

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