“Killing to Conserve” is a LIE! Killing at risk African wildlife just kills animals! Depleting wildlife populations and natural resources does not “help” the local African populations.
SAVE THE DATE! JOIN THE ACTION!
JANUARY 5 & 6 from 1 – 4 pm in DALLAS, TEXAS, USA.
Safari Club International is having a convention. People who oppose the rapacious “taking” of iconic African animals and other wildlife, their self-serving definition of “conservation,” and their smug self-identification as “outdoors” men and women will be PROTESTING SCI’s CONVENTION.
* S * H * A * R * E * this brilliant action against American trophy hunting culture!
Not only are SCI members meeting up to celebrate their loathsome activities against Earth and all creation, there is an AUCTION which includes items such as SAFARIS TO AFRICA TO KILL AN ELEPHANT AND RHINO! Or you can bid on a variety of things made of ELEPHANT SKIN, like CUPHOLDERS! So many price points representing the taking of so many lives… or just to show your basic lack of regard for elephant life.
THIS IS OUR 5TH ANNUAL ON-SITE PROTEST OF SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL!
Anyone within striking distance is URGED TO JOIN IN THE PROTEST!
Not in Dallas and want to protest trophy hunting and Safari Club International?
Visit rallyforcecil.org for more information on how you can get involved in our international anti-trophy hunting rally taking place February 4, 2018
FOR THE LIVE ACTION ON JANUARY 5 AND 6 IN DALLAS:
We will protest on January 5 & 6, 2018 from 1-4pm at the corner of Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center.
1st protest will be
Friday January 5th from 1 to 4pm
This protest will be in response to the woman’s hunters event.
2nd protest will be
Saturday January 6th
from 1pm to 4pm
For Saturday, January 6th protest click here:
Posters and leaflets will be provided, but feel free to make your own.
Lot parking is available within two blocks of the protest area and usually costs between $5 and $10.
Please remember to prepare for the weather and to be mindful of your personal safety.
This protest is being organized locally by CompassionWorks International and OneProtest.org