|UNITED POULTRY CONCERNS ANNOUNCES|
WALKING TO FREEDOM AFTER A LIFE IN CAGES
MARCH FOR BATTERY HENS
"Ask yourself, which came first, the cancer cells or the
Henitentiary cells? Eating chickens & eggs is death by lethal
ingestion."--Bertha, the Battery Hen & Crow-pany
When: Saturday, March 22, 1997, Noon to 3:00 PM Meet: 7829 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland Contact: Karen Davis, President,* 301-948-2406
United Poultry Concerns is sponsoring a "Walking to Freedom" March for Battery Hens to promote Henitentiary-Free Food.
We Ask, Can a Caring Person:
Bertha, the Battery Hen, asks: "What does a chicken do when a chicken is free? She walks, She runs, She sits in a tree!"
Please join our Walking To Freedom March for Battery Hens in Bethesda! Everyone is Needed! Bertha, the Battery Hen, will greet you at Pangea, the cruelty-free shop at 7829 Woodmont Avenue.
>From there we will March down Woodmont Avenue, Turn left onto Old Georgetown Road, Go right onto Wisconsin Avenue, Turn right onto Bethesda Avenue. We will turn around at Chicken Out and Boston Market and return by the same route to Pangea.
FREE BATTERY HENS!
*Karen Davis, PhD, is the author of Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs: An Inside Look at the Modern Poultry Industry (1997)
For more information call 301-948-2406