Garp Atlanta, Protest Japan Dolphin Hunt And Ga Aquarium Aug. 30

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Garp Atlanta, Protest Japan Dolphin Hunt And Ga Aquarium Aug. 30 says
September 1 marks the start of the bloody dolphin hunt in Taiji, Japan where dolphins are slaughtered or sold into captivity.

Join us for a legal peaceful protest on Sunday, August 30, to speak up for the dolphins and educate aquarium-goers about captivity cruelty. We have banners and signs, but you are welcome to bring your own signs too.

The protest will be held on public sidewalk in front of the main entrance of GA Aquarium at 225 Baker St NW.

Parking: There are two parking lots at the intersection of Baker St. and Centennial Olympic Park NW, just a block from the aquarium. Driving east on Baker St., pass the aquarium on the left and turn right on Centennial Olympic Park NW. The first parking lot is on the immediate left and another is just a half a block up on the left.

Questions? Contact Julie Robertson at Julie@garpga.org or 404-680-5771.

"There is a direct link between the captive dolphin entertainment industry and the bloody waters of the Cove in Taiji. Supporting a live dolphin show or participating in a confined swim-with-dolphin program anywhere in the world is the same as slicing open a dolphin in Taiji. The dolphin entertainment industry drives the hunt. The killing of the dolphins follows in its wake. Well intentioned marine mammal trainers and the dolphin-show-viewing public all have the blood of innocent
dolphins on their hands." – Captain Paul Watson

See you there!

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By: Georgia Animal Rights and Protection

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