Washington, DC KFC Protest
Come show support for the 9 billion chickens, ("silent majority"), in the
United States, whose interests have been completely ignored. Kentucky Fried
Chicken is a major culprit in making it quick and convenient to eat large
numbers of these birds. Consumers never have to worry about getting blood or
Salmonella on their kitchen counters, being hit by grease splattered on them
during deep frying, or looking at the birds' decapitated bodies. The chickens
need you to help educate and remind people. UPC has all kinds of wonderful
signs and leaflets to let people know about chickens and their exploitation,
but we really need more people to send a strong message that chickens matter! If
not you, who else is going to help them?
Date: Sunday, February 18th
Time: 12p - 1:30p
Where: KFC, 1934-B 14th Street, NW Washington DC (at intersection of U St.)
Metro: Green Line - U Street/Cardozo. Leave station via 13th St. exit and walk one block to 14th & U St.
Need a Ride?: Meet at the Grosvenor Metro Station in Rockville, MD at 11:00 AM. From 495, take the MD Rte 355 exit. Follow Rte. 355 North. At the first light, take a right onto Tuckerman Lane to the Grosvenor Metro.
For more information: contact Jamey West at 301-990-0593.
Signs, banners and literature provided.
W E D O C H I C K E N R I G H T S !
United Poultry Concerns, Inc.
PO Box 150
Machipongo, VA 23405-0150
(UPC Protest Against KFC in Washington, DC - February 18, 2001)