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PLEASE HELP THE ANIMALS!

We always need volunteers.  Please contact us and tell us what you'd like to do. Some things that would really help are:
 
helping us table on Library Walk, distributing information to students
 
attending City Council meetings to speak for the seals
 
meeting with City Council members to ask for protection for the seals
 
writing letters to your Senators asking them to protect the seals 
 
collecting signatures for our veg pledge to get more vegan food on campus
 
putting notes up at Sierra Summit requesting vegan food
 
making copies of flyers
 
posting flyers around campus
 
burning cds
 
taking cds and/or literature to veg restaurants in san diego
 
attending our demonstrations, including our Neiman Marcus and Wet Seal demos
 
helping us in our campaign against Charlotte Russe fur
 
writing letters to the editor about animal issues
 
attending San Diego Animal Advocates events
 
Please come to our next meeting and tell us what you would like to do to help the animals, in whatever way you can. We can't do it without you.  Contact for location and time of our next meeting.

We are the movement and every one of us is so important. Without any one of us the movement is weaker and poorer for the loss. Without all of us the movement ceases to exist. Who will then care about the animals?
Barry Horne

But where was I to start? The world is so vast, I shall start with the country I knew best, my own. But my country is so very large. I had better start with my town. But my town, too, is large. I had best start with my street. No, my home. No, my family. Never mind, I shall start with myself.
Elie Wiesel

If you're not fighting for what you want, you don't want it enough. -- Dave Beckwith