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East Bay Animal Advocates December 20, 2006 E-News

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    East Bay Animal Advocates December 20, 2006 E-News Spread Holiday Cheer to Cruel Lunardi s This Friday and Saturday! Tis The Season to End Battery-Cage
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 20, 2006
      East Bay Animal Advocates December 20, 2006 E-News

      Spread Holiday Cheer to Cruel Lunardi's This Friday and Saturday!

      'Tis The Season to End Battery-Cage Cruelty at Lunardi's! On
      Friday, December 22nd, join EBAA for a National Call-In to
      Lunardi�s Supermarket, Inc. Call (650) 588-7507 and urge the
      company to stop selling battery-cage eggs. On Saturday, December
      23rd, EBAA will launch its weekly outreach campaign efforts at
      Lunardi's Supermarket. Show your support for animals this
      Saturday by attending the event at Noon at Lunardi's Supermarket
      (345 Railroad Avenue) in Danville.

      Get involved this week:


      Advocate Focus: Njeri Sims

      Njeri Sims, who recently developed EBAA�s new Foster Compassion
      television commercial, has been an active member of the animal
      rights community for the past two years. After being vegetarian
      for almost half her life, she one day stumbled upon �Meet Your
      Meet� at a Goldfinger show and decided to go vegan. She is
      currently finishing up her last semester at the Academy of Art
      University in San Francisco. She has recently discovered video
      blogging, or vlogging, and uses her blog to help spread the
      message about animal rights through video. Though she
      specializes in film and video editing, she can often be found
      behind the camera at a protest or two documenting the movement.
      She has worked on several short films with many different
      directors in the Bay Area. She was also recently a semi-finalist
      in the, Film Your Issue (FYI) film contest for her film
      entitled, �Animal Liberation�. When Njeri�s not videotaping a
      protest, or editing for a great director, she enjoys taking
      pictures, walking dogs, cooking, skateboarding (badly), and
      sleeping, when she can find the time.

      Learn more about Njeri's wonderful work:


      Boss Hog: America's top pork producer churns out a sea of waste

      Smithfield Foods, the largest and most profitable pork processor
      in the world, killed 27 million hogs last year. That's a number
      worth considering. A slaughter-weight hog is fifty percent
      heavier than a person. The logistical challenge of processing
      that many pigs each year is roughly equivalent to butchering and
      boxing the entire human populations of New York, Los Angeles,
      Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego,
      Dallas, San Jose, Detroit, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, San
      Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Baltimore, Fort Worth,
      Charlotte, El Paso, Milwaukee, Seattle, Boston, Denver,
      Louisville, Washington, D.C., Nashville, Las Vegas, Portland,
      Oklahoma City and Tucson.

      Read 'The Rolling Stone' feature:


      East Bay Animal Advocates
      P.O. Box 1406
      Martinez, CA 94553
      (925) 487-4419
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