"White House Egg Roll"-One More Bad Day At Black Rock
Date: Monday, April 5th, 1999 "Easter Monday"
Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Where: The Washington Monument Grounds Bounded by
Constitution Avenue to the North. Independence Avenue to the
South, 17th Street to the West, and 14th Street to the East.
Metro: (1) Smithsonian 12th street exit. Go west to 17th &
Constitution Avenue, about 5 blocks. (2) Farragut West 17th
Street exit. Go south to Constitution. About 5 blocks.
Why: To staff table, hold posters, and distribute literature
in conjunction with the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, where
2-to-6-year old children push hard-boiled eggs down a 10-yard
lane with plastic soup ladles on the White House lawn. About
20,000 people attend this event, which uses 7,000+ hard boiled
eggs from battery-caged hens. As a souvenir, each child receives
a colored wooden egg "signed" by the president.
Our United Poultry Concerns table will tell the truth about
eggs including the cages, debeaking, forced molting, filth,
salmonella, slaughtering, and total suffering. We will have
handout literature, posters, and a Banner: Sick Chickens Cooped
in Poop! We have brand new handout flyers: Where Do Eggs Come
Please Join Us. We Need Your Help.
Look for the Bright Blue Plastic Canopy
For more information contact Karen Davis at 757-678-7875 or
Franklin Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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United Poultry Concerns, Inc.
PO Box 150
Machipongo, VA 23405-0150